Venue : ZOOM
Event Start Date : Wednesday 28 October 2020
Event End Date : Wednesday 28 October 2020
Event Start Time : 11:30 am
Event End Time : 01:00 pm
Registration Start Date : Friday 02 October 2020
Registration End Date : Wednesday 28 October 2020
Until recently, corporate legal teams and law firms often focused on the risks associated with new technologies and digitization altogether. However, digital transformation is taking hold in the legal industry and the scale of technology adoption on businesses is becoming more apparent – now more than ever before – right from collaboration platforms to cloud-based services and cybersecurity solutions. It has become the lifeline of all businesses irrespective of their size or industry sector.
In this webinar, we will be joined by legal experts from various sectors to discuss:
Adrian leads Linklaters’ Singapore-based TMT practice in Asia, specializing in data privacy and technology transactions. He has more than 13 years’ experience advising clients across the Asia Pacific region on commercial and regulatory issues involving their use of technology.
As businesses have increasingly focused on using data as a strategic asset, Adrian has worked with large conglomerates and corporates on projects to aggregate and more effectively use their data assets as part of their digital transformation process, including on data migration (such as migration to regional cloud hosting solutions) and advising on data breach issues. Adrian’s experience stretches from advising on the application of privacy laws to business operations and data flows, to the impact of implementing new technologies such as cloud computing.
Tomasz started his career as in Poland as an entrepreneur, turned consultant, and after working across multiple industries and 16 countries, now he serves as Chief Transformation and Digital Officer at AXA Insurance.
He is a geek at heart. From the moment he wrote his first application and created the first website at the age of 12, he got fascinated with the opportunities that technology creates around us. Since then he decided to help create, build and grow businesses and organizations that harness the potential of technology compounded with strategy and customer focus to deliver true impact and realize what’s possible in the digital age.
Agnieszka leads the provision of legal advice to SC Ventures, the digital innovation unit of Standard Chartered Bank (SCB). SC Ventures manages strategic investment in fintech companies and other start-ups, promotes intrapreneurship in the Bank, and oversees the developing disruptive business models.
Agnieszka has extensive experience in banking systems, products, operations, and digitization issues. She advises on the creation and legal structuring of new business models at the intersection of technology and finance. Prior to joining SCB, Agnieszka held various roles at HSBC and the law firm, DLA Piper, in London and in Brussels.
Jarom Britton leads the Microsoft commercial legal team's efforts driving the digital transformation of customers in Asia, with a particular focus on health, education, and public-sector entities. He also speaks regularly on the legal, regulatory, and ethical impacts of leading-edge technology trends. Prior to moving in-house, Jarom worked at some of the world's largest law firms in New York and Singapore, where he managed complex international corporate finance transactions, including several record-setting and award-winning IPOs and Islamic finance deals.
Originally from Vancouver, Canada, Jarom is admitted to the New York bar and earned law degrees in both common law and civil law from McGill University in Montreal, specializing in commercial negotiation. He also holds a degree in economics and psychology from the University of Western Ontario. He lives in Singapore with his wife and 8-year-old daughter and enjoys food, travel, and the outdoors.
Seker has previously worked as a judicial associate with the District and Supreme Court (NSW), an associate with the Attorney-General's Department (NSW), senior legal counsel Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), head legal for Amicorp Group, and associate director for Rothschild & Co. Seker currently works as a senior legal counsel for Ant Group handling global projects as lead counsel out of the Singapore office.
He is qualified to practice law in Australia, New Zealand, Singapore as well as England & Wales. Seker holds degrees in Law & Quantitative Economics. He has also gone on to complete post-graduate qualifications in international tax management and executive leadership. He is a co-founder of two different cryptographic asset businesses which have gone on to become commercially viable.