is a junior associate and a member of the Innovation & Blockchain Department. Since 2018, he has worked as a research assistant of Dr Charis Savvides in the area of blockchain and digital currencies, while he also contributes on the drafting of in-house studies, reports and analyses on competition law subjects, on European and international perspectives of financial crime, corruption and money laundering, and on the fundamentals of financial and investment instruments. Mr Kesisoglou has completed a number of internships in law firms, wealth management and investment companies, and public bodies, both in Cyprus and abroad, while he also served as the director of seminars and conferences in ELSA Cyprus and president of the Student Union of the University of Nicosia.
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