I’m pleased to have been invited to speak at the 61st Annual Trust & Wealth Management Conference, presented by the Florida Bankers Association on September 26th. The fact that such an august association of bankers is including digital assets in their annual gathering reflects the growing importance of this new asset class even in traditional sectors.
My participation in the panel will be complemented by fellow panelists Mark Parthemer, Senior Fiduciary Counsel, Bessemer Trust Company, Travis Hayes, Shareholder, Grant Fridkin Pearson and moderator Sasha Klein, Partner, Ward Damon. The first part of the presentation will examine methodological strategies, such as electronic notarization and electronic wills, both of which are now accepted practice in Florida.
I’m honored to be in such good company.
The second part of the program will teach attendees how to properly transfer digital assets, and do a deep dive into the Florida Fiduciary Access to Digital Asset Act (FFADAA). The bankers will come away with a clearer understanding of the importance of digital assets and their own responsibilities for how these assets are owned and transferred.
The conference information is available here.