Webinar: Cryptocurrency, Evolving to a Digitized Economy
Cryptocurrencies have been touted as the fastest, easiest, safest, cheapest, and most universal way to exchange value the world has ever known. Today, more and more organizations are utilizing digital assets for a variety of transactional purposes.
While we have not observed cryptocurrency being widely utilized to facilitate commercial payments, our customers are increasingly asking for assistance in understanding its uses. Learn the basics of how to use cryptocurrency for your business and explore insights into what should be considered as this form of payment continues its evolution into a more digitized economy.
Join Solvent Networks endorsed partner, Commerce Bank, on Wednesday, May 4 at 2:00pm, as expert panelists help to educate on the uses of cryptocurrency as a form of facilitating payments within your organization.
This event will only be available live, and will not be recorded for distribution, so be sure to register and attend!
AJ Shanley: Vice President, Crypto at Visa®
AJ Shanley is Vice President, Crypto at Visa. His team leads Visa’s crypto business, operations, and go-to-market globally. Prior to Visa AJ worked in venture capital and technology, including serving as COO of TrialPay, a company that Visa acquired in 2015. He holds a BA in Economics from Swarthmore College and an MBA from Harvard Business School.
Kavita Jain: Associate Deputy Director of the Innovation Policy Team in the Supervision and Regulation Division, Federal Reserve Board of Governors
In this role, Kavita is responsible for coordinating the Federal Reserve’s regulatory response to emerging innovation opportunities and risks in banking, including developing policy efforts related to crypto-assets and artificial intelligence. Kavita has more than 15 years of experience working in financial services regulation, with expertise in several areas of FinTech including blockchain, digital assets, RegTech, artificial intelligence, data aggregation and online capital-raising. Prior to joining the Board, Kavita was a Director in the Office of Financial Innovation at the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA). In addition, she has served in key positions in the Offices of Finance, Strategy and Emerging Regulatory Issues at FINRA.
Kavita was named one of the leading women in FinTech by Innovate Finance in 2019. She holds a Bachelor of Commerce from Bombay University, an M.B.A. from the University of Southern New Hampshire, and a CRCP Certification from the FINRA Institute at Wharton.
Brian Koechner: Supervisory Forensic Accountant, Federal Bureau of Investigation
Brian Koechner joined the Federal Bureau of Investigation as a Forensic Accountant in March 2012 and has spent the past 10 years investigating complex financial crimes, health care fraud, intellectual property rights, transnational organized crime, and cybercrimes. Koechner is an active CPA in the state of Missouri and owns his own CPA firm. Prior to joining the FBI, Koechner spent approximately 7 years working at Deloitte and PricewaterhouseCoopers and spent time in the Marine Corps. Koechner attended the University of Missouri and loves the Tigers. Koechner taught Economics and Accounting courses while attending the University of Missouri as an undergraduate and graduate student and currently teaches at William Jewell College.
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