The crypto winter has descended – and even the biggest names in digital assets are feeling the chill. As institutional investors look on and the clamour for regulation grows ever louder, Financial News speaks to Gwendolyn Regina, investment director at the world’s largest crypto exchange Binance, and Ari Redbord, head of legal and government affairs at blockchain intelligence group TRM Labs, to find out what’s next, and how to navigate the increasingly stormy crypto landscape.

Alex Daniel
Crypto-Fintech Correspondent, Financial News
Alex Daniel reports on the turbulent world of fintech and crypto for Financial News. He has previously written for London business paper City A.M., commercial real estate magazine Estates Gazette, and The Guardian newspaper.
Gwendolyn Regina
Investment Director, Binance
Gwendolyn Regina is an Investment Director at BNB Chain. Her main responsibilities include streamlining processes around deal sourcing, investment strategy, portfolio management and growth. As a part of her role she invests in promising projects in the web3 and MetaFi space (GameFi, SocialFi, NFTs etc.), and leads the MVB incubation program, which she set up. Previously, Gwen was the head of venture capital partnerships at Meta and built its startup fast-track growth program. Before that, she was Entrepreneur-in-Residence at deep tech investment fund, Entrepreneur First, based in Paris. Prior to that, Gwen built and sold the tech media startup, SGEntrepreneurs to Tech in Asia. Gwen also spearheaded Mashable's expansion into Asia and as a professional host, she hosted a TV documentary on the Internet of Things for ChannelNewsAsia.
Ari Redbord
TRM Labs, Head of Legal and Government
Ari Redbord is the Head of Legal and Government Affairs at TRM Labs, the blockchain intelligence company. Prior to joining TRM, Ari was the Senior Advisor to the Deputy Secretary and the Undersecretary for Terrorism and Financial Intelligence at the United States Treasury. He has also worked closely with regulators, the Hill and the interagency on issues related to the Bank Secrecy Act, cryptocurrency, and anti-money laundering strategies. Prior to Treasury, Ari was an Assistant United States Attorney for the District of Columbia for eleven years where he investigated and prosecuted terrorism, espionage, threat finance, cryptocurrency, export control, child exploitation and human trafficking cases.
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