A quarterly roundtable on crypto policy.

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Over the last few months we have seen policy developments across the globe - from MiCA in Europe to a litany of enforcement actions in the U.S. We have seen key consultations in the UK and Australia and activity in Japan, Singapore and around the world. Where in the World is TRM Policy? We are with special guest Chris Brummer of Georgetown Law Center to discuss key crypto policy developments across the globe.
Co-chair, CNAS Task Force on FinTech, Crypto, and National Security
Chris Brummer is a co-chair of the CNAS Task Force on FinTech, Crypto, and National Security. He is also the Agnes Williams Sesquicentennial Professor of Financial Technology at Georgetown University Law Center and Faculty Director of the Institute of International Economic Law. Chris earned a Ph.D from the University of Chicago and graduated from law school with honors from Columbia. He serves on the board of directors at Fannie Mae and K2 Integrity, and is a scholar in residence at Paradigm.
Senior Policy Advisor, EMEA, TRM Labs
Prior to joining TRM Labs, Ms. Chase led a research cluster on Financial Crime Futures at Royal United Services Institute (RUSI), which was tasked with assessing the role of technology in compliance, evolving AML and CFT policy frameworks and how inclusive financial integrity can be achieved.

Having dedicated her career thus far to researching innovative policy responses to financial crime, Ms. Chase brings with her to TRM an intricate understanding of the UK and EU regulatory frameworks around financial crime.
Head of Legal and Government Affairs, TRM Labs
Ari Redbord is Head of Legal and Government Affairs at TRM Labs, a blockchain analytics company. Prior to joining TRM Labs, he served as a Senior Advisor to the Deputy Secretary and the Under Secretary for Terrorism and Financial Intelligence at the United States Department of Treasury. In this capacity, he worked with teams from the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN), Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), and other Treasury and interagency components on issues related to sanctions, the Bank Secrecy Act, cryptocurrency, and anti-money laundering strategies.

Previously, Mr. Redbord served as a Senior Assistant United States Attorney for the District of Columbia, where he investigated and prosecuted cases related to cryptocurrency, terrorist financing, sanctions evasion, export control, child exploitation and human trafficking. He has received numerous awards from FinCEN, the FBI, and the United States Attorney's Office, including the Attorney General's Award for leading an interagency task force dedicated to prosecuting those who abuse and exploit children.