is a partner and head of department who specialises in financial services and regulatory law. He is a member of the Gibraltar Association for New Technologies (of which he is deputy chairman), the Chamber of Digital Commerce, the Wharton Reg@Tech think tank and thinkBlocktank. Joey was recently invited to speak on the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime workshop on cryptocurrencies in Singapore. He chaired the technical and regulatory panel in the three-day event, which saw top-level enforcement agencies and regulators from around the world share and exchange information with a view to standardising rules within the blockchain and cryptocurrency space. Joey is a lecturer at the Gibraltar University on the subject of distributed ledger technology regulation.
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