Fintech Association of Hong Kong (FTAHK) Presents: Token Economy - Institutionalization of Cryptocurrency in HK (Cantonese Session)

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Edmund To
Solutions Architect, ConsenSys
Edmund To is a solutions architect at ConsenSys where he is working with enterprises and startups to solve real-world problems by leveraging blockchain technologies, in particular using Ethereum. Prior to joining ConsenSys, he worked as a software engineer and had commercial experience with a number of public and enterprise blockchains. He also had an investment banking background with a focus on equity and equity derivatives. ConsenSys is the leading global blockchain company with over 1000+ blockchain experts, entrepreneurs, computer scientists, engineers and business leaders across 6 continents. We are building the infrastructure, applications, and practices that enable a decentralized world. ConsenSys was the technology partner on a number of Security Token Offerings (STO) globally.
Stanley Sum
Director, Advisory, KPMG China
Stanley works in KPMG China’s IT Advisory practice and has over 10 years of experience advising organisations in Asia and Europe. He has led numerous projects on digital strategy, IT operating model design and solution implementation in financial services industry including fintech companies and virtual banks. In KPMG China’s Blockchain Team, Stanley helps companies in the Fintech and Token Economy to institutionalise their business and prepare them for evolving regulations and competition by establishing financially robust strategies, customer driven operating models and agile governance models. Stanley also served as a guest lecturer of an Information Systems Management programme for a local university.
Bowie Lau
Founder & Managing Director, MaGESpire
Ms. Bowie Lau is the Founder & Managing Director of MaGEHold - An early-stage Technology Angel Investment Firm nurturing innovative startups in the fields of AI, Big Data, Blockchain, Cybersecurity and IoT. She is also a founder of MaGESpire - A Technology Education & Advisory Group enabling Blockchain ventures in areas of Strategy, Architecture & Tokenomics. She is an angel investor and also a partner of True Global Ventures 4 Plus - A first-of-its-kind Global Decentralized Venture Capital Fund focused on investing into promising early-stage & late stage Blockchain startups. Bowie is a Vice-Chairman, Association of Family Office in Asia – A Strategic Collaborative Platform for Family Offices to pursue Excellence & Thought Leadership to shape the Future of Commerce.
Brian Yap
Head of Custody Development, BC Group
Brian YAP heads custody and wallet technology in BC Group. He has delved into Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) and blockchain in the past few years, as he believes the technology will disrupt existing financial institutions and bring new opportunities in other industries. Brian has a deep and broad knowledge in various permissionless and permissioned blockchain projects. Prior to blockchain, he spends more than two decades building large scale systems for financial institutions.
Winnie Mak
Executive Director (Corporate Finance), OAX Foundation
Winnie Mak is the Executive Director (Corporate Finance) of OAX Foundation. Having joined the team in November 2017, Winnie established the AML policies and operating procedures for the Foundation. Her responsibilities at OAX include building the business and financial models, strategic financial planning, as well as identifying and executing M&A projects. Winnie has decades of experience in public and private equity investment, working with leading organizations like Deutsche Bank, Alliance Bernstein, HSBC covering Hong Kong and Chinese stocks. She was also a partner at AID Partners Capital, managing private equity funds. Winnie holds a MSc in E-commerce from The University of Hong Kong, and a BBA from The Chinese University of Hong Kong. About OAX Foundation: OAX Foundation was created to explore the future of decentralized exchanges and address their four main shortcomings: speed, scalability, interoperability and trust. Digital asset trading is currently dominated by centralized exchanges, which are both counter-intuitive to the nature of blockchain and vulnerable to hacking. Existing decentralized exchanges on the other hand, while tailored to the proposition of digital assets, have performance issues deep rooted in their technology. OAX Foundation’s mission is to tackle these issues and in so doing help bring decentralization to the mainstream.

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