Starting 10 January 2020, virtual currency service providers in Austria will be subject to the same know-your-customer and anti-money laundering obligations as credit and financial institutions. What does this mean for companies in the Cryptocurrency space and how does it affect you and me?
I was invited to moderate this panel discussion by Stadler Völkel Attorneys at Law in Vienna.
— Sorry, for the sometimes bad audio quality due to the live recording outdoors! —
Panel guests include:
Bryan Hollmann, counsel at Stadler Völkel Attorneys at Law. Bryans areas of practice are Capital Markets, US Securities Law, Corporate and Company law and FinTech-Companies and Cryptocurrencies.
Uwe Trummer, key account manager at Youniqx Identity AG, a subsidiary of the Austrian State Printing House. Youniqx builds systems that allow to establish people’s identity based on video identification – and to secure digital identities, which enables authorities to prevent abuse.
Oleksiy Feshchenko, anti-money laundering advisor in the Global Program against Money Laundering at the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime in Vienna. Since 2016 Oleksiy leads a project on cryptocurrencies. This project builds capacities of Financial Inelligence Units, law enforcement and supervisors to investigate cryptocurrencies and reduce risks of money laundering and terrorism financing.
Axel Schuster, advisor at the Family Office and Wealth management department of the Capital Bank in Graz. The Capital Bank offers personal advisory to clients about professional asset allocation, return and risk optimized portfolio management as well as a wide-range of expertise in tax-efficient investments.
Der Beitrag BUC Live: The Fight Against Money Laundering with Cryptocurrencies erschien zuerst auf The Anita Posch Show.