Maybe you want to ignore Bitcoin...but you'd better remember Blockchain!
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Come hear KPMG’s experts explain why the technology that builds Bitcoin and other crypto-currencies can have game-changing effects on literally every industry. You may be ignoring all of the headlines around Bitcoin believing it is a passing fad like tulip mania, alt-loans and portfolio insurance but ignoring blockchain technology will be to your detriment. Wall Street invested $1 billion in blockchain, not Bitcoin, in last year alone. Wal Mart has commissioned IBM to develop blockchain to track produce from farm to shelf to identify farm lots and reduce product recalls. If there was one event that you need to attend in 2018, this is it!
What is Blockchain?
Location and Time
Country Club of Darien
300 Mansfield Avenue
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM Registration and Breakfast
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Program
9:00 AM - 9:30 AM Networking
David MontesDavid Montes is a Principal in KPMG’s Financial Services Advisory practice in the Atlanta office and currently serves as the head of Insurance Strategy. David has over 20 years of experience providing strategic insight and implementation support to large financial services companies including initiatives focused on business operations, and technology transformation with a focus on enterprise growth and efficiency. David also is a leader in KPMG’s blockchain practice focused on delivering banking and payments advisory services across strategy and execution to clients globally. David is currently leading an effort to develop an end-to-end, enterprise wide solution for top global commercial insurance providers. His team is developing use cases for strategic opportunities that leverages blockchain and other technologies to create efficiencies. David received a bachelor of business administration from the University of Texas and also received his MBA from Texas Tech University. David has also authored publications on both blockchain and bitcoin.
Lyell DampeerMr. Dampeer is the President of Investor Communication Solutions. He is responsible for our U.S., Canadian and Global regulatory communication services, including proxy, postsale prospectus and mutual fund shareholder reports. He is also responsible for our issuer solutions services. Mr. Dampeer joined ADP’s Brokerage Services Group in 2000 as Vice President, Client Services. Prior to that, he held a variety of senior management positions at companies providing outsourcing services.