Amy is the Chief Policy Officer for the Chamber of Digital Commerce. She leads all of the policy initiatives developed by the Chamber, including the promotion of legal clarity for digital tokens, AML compliance objectives, tax considerations, and the evolution of money and payments through stablecoins, CBDCs and other financial structures.
Prior to joining the Chamber, she served as legal counsel to financial institutions, blockchain-based companies, marketplace lenders, investors and innovators regarding compliance obligations under financial services laws. In particular, she has advised on the Bank Secrecy Act and anti-money laundering requirements, the regulations and sanctions programs administered by the Office of Foreign Assets Control, state money transmitter laws implemented by state banking departments, and related consumer financial protection laws. She is a regular speaker on these issues, particularly as they relate to blockchain-based businesses and technologies.
During her career, Amy has also advised companies on cross-border anti-bribery and trade-related compliance matters, and advised investors in their investments in hedge, private equity and real estate funds. She has also assisted companies in advocating before the U.S. Congress and other U.S. government agencies.
June 23, 2021
Off the Crypto Rollercoaster Are stable coins and centralised digital currencies 'safe' alternatives? (10:50AM ET | 3:50PM BST | 4:50PM CEST)