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This session from the Equity Research and Valuation conference will cover: From blockchain/distributed ledger technology to cryptocurrencies—applications being explored within the financial services industry and applications closest to widespread adoption; Other industries that represent the most promising investment opportunities and case examples; Understanding how the technology will impact the skills required for careers in financial services. 

This is the archived version of a live broadcast that took place 6 November 2018 at the CFA Institute Equity Research and Valuation 2018 Conference. 

About the Speaker(s)

Caitlin Long
Caitlin Long

Caitlin Long is a 22-year Wall Street veteran who has been active with bitcoin since 2012. As co-founder of the Wyoming Blockchain Coalition, she recently helped drive Wyoming’s trail-blazing blockchain legislation, with the passage of five bills and the recognition of utility tokens as a new form of property. Previously, Ms. Long was chairman and president of Symbiont, an enterprise blockchain company, where she jointly spearheaded a blockchain project for delivering index data to Vanguard. In addition, she ran Morgan Stanley’s pension solutions business, held senior roles at Credit Suisse, and began her career at Salomon Brothers. Ms. Long has a BA from the University of Wyoming, a master of public policy from the Kennedy School of Government, and a JD from Harvard Law School.