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STEP Lunchtime Lecture No.15: Cryptocurrencies, still too hot for trustees to handle? – Mark Hubbard, New Square Chambers
May 24 at 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Topic: Cryptocurrencies, still too hot for trustees to handle?
Speaker: Mark Hubbard – New Square Chambers
In this unique presentation Mark will give an overview of digital currencies – a hot topic!
Mark will cover the following:-
– A brief overview of coinworld in 2019
– The property problem and the jurisdiction question
– Key risks: impossibility, volatility, fraud, liquidity, reputation, regulation
– How far can familiar trust concepts and structures be adapted to mitigate these risks?
Mark Hubbard is an English Barrister at New Square Chambers, based in London. Mark has a reputation for domestic, cross-border and offshore contentious cases involving trusts & estates, civil fraud, company and insolvency, often all at the same time. He also advises on non-contenious matters in the same areas. His practice has a substantial offshore and international element. Mark has particular experience of litigation in the Bahamas, the Isle of Man, Guernsey, Jersey and Switzerland.
He is a member of STEP and ACTAPS, the author of the first edition of Protectors of Trusts, published by Oxford University Press in August 2013 and a regular contributor to TQR and other journals. He is recommended as a leading junior in the current editions of Legal 500: Private Client: Trusts & Probate; Civil Fraud; Insolvency; Chambers UK Bar: Offshore; Traditional Chancery; Civil Fraud and Chambers Global: Offshore.
Please arrive by 11.45am for registration.
A polite reminder that if you are hard of hearing please sit in the front five rows for the best auditory experience.
Lecture will start 12pm sharp and last for approx. 45 minutes with 10-15 minutes for questions.
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