|Henry Bridgers and Chris Brummer|
|Henry Bridgers at DC Fintech |
DC Fintech Week, which I attended on November 8th, featured a diverse range of sessions and prominent speakers. It began with a discussion on tokenized assets, moderated by CNBC Tech reporter MacKenzie Sigalos. It included speakers such as Dante Disparte from Circle and Martin Moloney from the International Organization of Securities Commissions. Next, chairperson of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Chairperson, Gary Gensler, discussed securities law with host and Georgetown Law School professor Chris Brummer.
The event continued with sessions on Hong Kong's crypto agenda, the future of the U.S. dollar, and the implementation of MiCA with speakers like Julia Leung, Maj. Margaret Smith, Chris Giancarlo, and Michael Greenwald. The day concluded with a session on FedNow and FedFuture, featuring Nick Stanescu, the Senior Vice President of FedNow. This comprehensive agenda covered significant fintech and regulatory topics with insights from influential experts in the field.