Capital Meets Policy
Tuesday, June 27th, 9.00am – 11.00am
The Circle, Flughafen CH, 8058 Zürich, Switzerland
“Where policymakers, capital providers and think tanks converge to shape the future of financial technology.”
|9.00||Framing the Capital Meets Policy Dialogue|
|9.10 - 9.30||Keynote Address: The Capital Provider Perspective|
|9.30 - 9.50||Keynote Address: The Policymaker Perspective|
|9.50 - 10.30||The Deep-Dive: Thinking Solutions Together|
|10.30 – 10.55||Modelling for Inclusive Policymaking: The Think Tank Perspective|
9.10 - 9.30
9.30 - 9.50
9.50 - 10.30
10.30 – 10.55
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The Capital Provider Perspective
What were the key investment trends in Web3 over the past 2 years?
After 2022, what is the likelihood of venture capital being diverted away from Web3 to other technologies (e.g. AI), and why?
And if so, what impact will this have on innovation and growth of Web3 businesses?
Looking ahead, what are the key FinTech sectors that investors will likely allocate capital to in 2023-2025? Will AI capture disproportionate VC mind and wallet share?
The Policymaker Perspective
After 2022, is there a risk of FinTech regulators dialling down on supporting innovation, and dialling up on enforcement? And why?
What policy actions, if any, could have mitigated the impact of 2022 on both Web3 consumers and capital providers?
The benefits of AI bring an equal potential for consumer harm. How can policymakers guide the flow of capital to and provide greater certainty to start-ups in AI, and capital providers?
The Deep-Dive: Thinking Solutions Together
With momentum building around AI, how can capital providers and policymakers collaborate to enable sustainable innovation?
Can the lessons learned from the collapse of crypto be adapted to better secure the potential benefits that AI can bring to society and value creation?
How can policy standards across jurisdictions be better aligned globally to ensure consistency of AI regulations that then minimises risk of policy arbitrage?
Modelling for Inclusive Policymaking:
The Think Tank Perspective
What are examples (global) where venture capital returns, and policy objectives, were both achieved concurrently?
What potential pitfalls should both capital providers and policymakers beware of to minimise risk of regulating too soon or too late, especially in the context of AI?
Conversely, what learnings for capital providers and policymakers from 2022, especially with crypto, can now be applied as Web3 works to build back better.
Who Should Attend?
Capital Providers and Arrangers / Facilitators
- Venture Capital and Private Equity Investors
- Corporate Venture Capital and Corporate M&A Single / Multi-Family Offices
- UHNWIs / HNWI
- Investment Banking
- Private Wealth
- Development Finance Institutions
- Sovereign Wealth Funds
- Pension Funds
- Law Firms
- Central Bank Officials
- Finance Ministry Officials
- Industry Association Leaders
- Industry Think Tank Leaders