2018年 10月 19日
The French Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Japan is pleased to invite you to the luncheon "Blockchain (DLT), Smart Contracts and the Swiss crypto valley" organized by the Swiss Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Japan (SCCIJ) with Prof. Dr. Andreas Furrer, University of Lucerne and Partner at MME Legal, Tax, Compliance, on October 19, at the ANA InterContinental Tokyo.
Switzerland has played a central role in the development of blockchain technology. In the last 5 years many start-ups have settled in Switzerland around Zug, the Swiss crypto valley. The openness of the cantonal and Swiss authorities towards this new technology was a key location factor.
Prof. Dr. Andreas Furrer places this development in the context of growing global location competition. He will also highlight how this development can be seen in the context of the digitization of the economy.
About the speaker
Prof. Dr. Andreas Furrer is a full professor at the University of Lucerne as well as a partner at MME legal, tax and compliance.
As a scientist he teaches and conducts research in the field of contract law and conflict of laws with a focus on transport and logistics law as well as digital technologies, especially DLT systems. As a lawyer in Zurich, he heads the Transport and Logistics Law and Trade Compliance departments and is a partner in the firm's large crypto department.
Since 2015, Prof. Dr. Andreas Furrer has been working intensively on DLT-related legal issues and advises clients within the framework of ICO and, in particular, in the industrial application of DLT systems. He has been the partner of MME legal, tax and compliance since 2007, which today has around 100 employees in Zurich and Zug.
Date Friday, October 19, 2018
Time From 12:00 to 14:00
Venue ANA InterContinental Tokyo, Galaxy III
JPY 6,500 for members of the French Chamber.
JPY 8,000 for non-members.
Deadline for registration Monday, October 15, 2018
Any cancellation after the deadline or no-show will be charged.
Register for this event
Please register by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, specify you are a member of the French Chamber and inform dietary restrictions if any