Getting to grips with Blockchain
Join us on Thursday, 18th October for a live webinar which will highlight the recent rapidly advancing technology; Blockchain.
Interest in Blockchain has sky-rocketed, with many companies now experimenting with proof of concepts and trials, and many more consumers and financial institutions trading in cryptocurrencies. But many people are still unaware of what the technology is or simply don’t believe the hype.
For a number of years Blockchain has threatened to “change the world”, but 2018 has been a breakthrough year. It’s safe to say that distributed ledger technology (“DLT”) and blockchain are here to stay. If you haven’t got to grips with it yet, there’s no better time than now.
How we can help?
In this webinar, we provide a plain English introduction to what distributed ledger technology and blockchain is, how it is likely to effect business and we’ll explore some of the common issues when operating in this space. The webinar will be presented by myself and co-hosted by Mark Craig, Associate Director, Jordans Ltd. .
Date: Thursday 18th October
Log-in link: We will email you the link once your registration is completed
This webinar is FREE to attend and can count towards your CPD.
Associate Director, Solicitor, Jordans Corporate Law
Declan is a specialist IT lawyer. He advises clients in connection with complex technology projects and strategic procurements, often associated with implementing new technology within a business.
Declan works with companies procuring technology - fast growth early-stage tech companies as well as well-known global tech organisations. He also supports clients with intellectual property transactions, outsourcing, data protection and competition law. Clients praise Declan for defusing tense negotiations and focusing on what's important. Prior to joining Jordans, Declan spent several months on secondment to assist a client with launching a blockchain based product.
Associate Director, Company Secreterial. Jordans Ltd
Mark, a Chartered Secretary with extensive experience of listed and regulated firms, and stakeholder management, joined Jordans from Computershare, where he was Senior Internal Auditor, and previously Head of Product Development. Previous roles include Governance Manager with RBS and Assistant Company Secretary at Scottish Power plc.
Mark is also a founding member and convener of the ICSA Bristol and District Network; a group of governance professionals who regularly meet to discuss the latest developments in corporate governance. The ICSA (Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators) champions good governance practices to governance professionals.