Travel Rule: What does implementation look like?
What does implementation look like?
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February 9, 2022
Over the last few years, we have seen global regulators — from Singapore to Hong Kong, the U.S. to the U.K — zero in on crypto transactions. And much of that discussion has centered around one regulation: the Travel Rule.
While the Travel Rule has been discussed and debated, we are now hearing a louder drumbeat for implementation. What does that mean for crypto compliance and how should firms think about approaching implementation?
Watch this TRM Talk to hear a panel of compliance experts discuss:
- The implications of FATF's recent call for implementation of the Travel Rule
- Challenges and considerations on the path to compliance
- Guidance as to how firms can approach implementation
This webinar is hosted by TRM Labs, a blockchain analytics company. We work with crypto businesses, financial institutions and government agencies to monitor, detect and investigate fraud and financial crime in crypto.
Senior Legal Associate, Luno
Tamsyn is a senior legal associate at Luno. She enjoys navigating the regulatory aspects applicable to the crypto industry, including the Travel Rule. Prior to joining Luno, Tamsyn worked at one of South Africa’s largest law firms and at a fintech start-up.
Co-Founder and CEO, Notebene
Pelle Brændgaard is CEO and co-founder of Notabene, a company specializing in crypto and virtual assets compliance. He is also the co-founder and was the head of uPort, an identity platform from ConsenSys built on Ethereum. As an early member of the financial crypto community, Pelle built pre-blockchain crypto platforms, helped develop OAuth, and helped bring Bitcoin to Africa with Kipochi, a fintech company.
Founder, Innofi Advisory
Malcolm Wright is founder of InnoFi Advisory, a consulting firm focussed on supporting innovation and growth in blockchain, cryptocurrency, distributed autonomous organisations (DAOs), and non-fungible tokens (NFTs). He is a noted global leader on virtual asset regulation and compliance. Malcolm’s career spans product, technology, compliance and entrepreneurship where he has previously worked as a C-level executive in both fintech and virtual asset firms including Revolut and BitMEX.
Malcolm is also Head of Strategy for Shyft, a leading Travel Rule provider.