Spend the Night with Collyer Law
2017 was, by some accounts and for the tech community: the “Year of the ICO”!
Join the fireside chat with Collyer Law on some of the legal, regulatory and commercial issues in connection with making an Initial Coin Offering.
For members and invited guests only, kindly RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Date/Time: 16 March 2018, 6.30pm to 8.30pm
The Great Room Centennial Tower,
3 Temasek Ave, Level 18,
• Gain an overview of, and the link between, an ICO, blockchain & cryptocurrencies
• Latest trends of ICO launches and a risk-reward analysis of investments in an ICO
• Understand the consequences of ICO boom for the cryptocurrency industry and venture capital financing
• Learn from real use cases and case studies from (A) A tri-qualified corporate lawyer who has worked on 12 ICOs in Singapore and overseas, and (B) a leading securities regulatory lawyer (formerly with the Monetary Authority of Singapore)
• Collyer Law - Azmul Haque, Founder and Managing Director
Azmul is a senior international business lawyer who has, over 15 years in private practice, developed particular expertise in complex, cross-border corporate transactions including acquisitions and divestitures, joint ventures and strategic alliances, public and private equity, venture and angel financing. He also advised on complex commercial contracts including outsourcing, franchising and licensing deals and regulatory matters in a range of
areas that impact business.
• Collyer Law - Kevin Chua, Director
Kevin has over 15 years of experience as a lawyer in both public and private practice. His expertise is in corporate and commercial practice, with a focus on regulatory and compliance issues. He began his practice as a legal officer with the Singapore Legal Service, serving in the Attorney-General's Chambers and the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA). At ACRA, he was part of the team that implemented the 2003 amendments to the Companies Act and other legislation administered by ACRA. He was deputy head of the then-Compliance Division in ACRA and was later head of the then Registration Division, where he managed both legal and operational matters (including customer service).