Emerging Crypto-Asset Jurisdictional Uncertainties and Regulatory Gaps

As part of the "Fintech: Regulating Tomorrow's Financial Technologies Today" lecture series, we invite you to the "Emerging Crypto-Asset Jurisdictional Uncertainties and Regulatory Gaps" lecture presented by Ryan Clements (Chair in Business Law and Regulation, University of Calgary).


The presentation will be called "Emerging Crypto-Asset Jurisdictional Uncertainties and Regulatory Gaps" and will include content from this new paper (which will be published shortly in the Banking and Finance Law Review).  We will also discuss new international developments, which are not noted in the paper, in addition to canvassing various Canadian legal and regulatory issues.


Dr. Ryan Clements is an Assistant Professor, Chair in Business Law and Regulation at the University of Calgary Faculty of Law. He received his Doctorate in Juridical Science at Duke University Law School.  He is also a fellow of the Global Financial Markets Centre at Duke Law School. A former senior policy advisor at the Alberta Securities Commission (ASC), Ryan currently serves on the New Economy Advisory Committee at the ASC and the crypto asset working group of the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC). Ryan obtained his Master of Laws (Magna Cum Laude), from Duke University Law School, his LLB (with Distinction), and his BA Economics (First Class) from the University of Alberta. Ryan publishes and speaks widely on fintech, financial regulation, investment funds, and securities topics and serves on the boards of both public and private fintech-related ventures. He has practiced corporate, securities, and start-up company law at both large and boutique firms in Calgary and Toronto. Ryan is a member of both the Law Societies of Alberta and Ontario and is the Managing General Editor, and special fintech editor, of the Banking and Finance Law Review.


Watch the conference that took place on November 10, 2021


This content has been updated on 23 March 2022 at 19 h 32 min.