First Virtual Food for Thought Event with Bryan Stirewalt

To what extent does the Covid19 crisis influence the development of new technologies? What impact does the home office have on the work of a regulatory authority? These and other questions were the focus of our first Virtual Food for Thought webinar this morning with Bryan Stirewalt, CEO of the Dubai Financial Services Authority (DFSA). The Virtual Food for Thought event series is the digital version of the established Financial Centre Breakfast series.

This morning Andreas Glänzel, Managing Director of Frankfurt Main Finance, welcomed the participants of the first Virtual Food for Thought webinar. He himself was connected live from the FMF office in Frankfurt. Speaker Bryan Stirewalt was connected live from his office in Dubai. His speech titled „Today’s disruptions, tomorrows opportunities. How disruption will shape the future of finance“ focused on the the development of new technologies and their implementation in the context of the Covid19 crisis but also on the question how does a regulatory authority works from home?

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Upcoming Virtual Food for Thought with Philip R. Lane, Member of the ECB’s Executive Board

No sooner has the first Virtual Food for Thought webinar been successfully completed than the next webinar is already being planned. We are pleased to welcome Philip R. Lane, Member of the Executive Board of the ECB, as our speaker at the upcoming Virtual Food for Thought webinar on 24 June 2020! In his speech he will talk about the monetary policy of the ECB. We will distribute a free registration link via our social media channels within the next days – stay tuned!

About DFSA

The DFSA is the independent regulator of financial services conducted in or from the Dubai International Financial Center (DIFC), a purpose-built financial free zone in dubai, uae.

The DFSA’s regulatory mandate includes asset management, banking and credit services, securities, collective investment funds, custody and trust services, commodities futures trading, Islamic finance, insurance, an international equities exchange, and an international commodities derivatives exchange. In addition to regulating financial and ancillary services, the DFSA is responsible for supervising and enforcing anti-money laundering (AML) and counter-terrorist financing (CTF) requirements applicable in the DIFC.