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Cryptocurrency has become a hot topic over the past couple of years, sparking the interest of investors looking for innovative ways to grow their portfolios. As this developing investment option continues to gain momentum, the industry needs experts who are equipped to advise and guide customers interested in crypto. 

This skills gap in the cryptocurrency investment space creates immense opportunity for professionals in traditional finance to upskill and enter the world of digital assets. 

In our recent webinar, we discussed with speakers from KPMG how individuals and organizations can confidently enter this market and grow their skills. The session will provide insights on key issues, including:

  • The regulatory environment and timeline over the last year
  • Unique considerations for crypto-specific offerings
  • Understanding risk, technology, and practical applications
  • How to develop a personal understanding of crypto
  • Identifying a potential hire’s level of experience and understanding of crypto
  • Building a crypto program – from gaining leadership buy-in to getting a team up and running

There was also an insight Q&A with our speakers at the end that you won’t want to miss.

Register for access to this insightful discussion today.

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  • Event Speakers

    Christopher Seigle, Director, Advisory FS Regulatory & Compliance Risk, KPMG LLP

    Jacob Prudhomme, Advisory, Financial Services, KPMG LLP

    Hosted by: Max Kemnitzer, Managing Director, Michael Page