We will host our first Tech@MHC panel event of 2019 on Tuesday 12 March in our offices on Barrow Street, Dublin 4, from 7.30am to 9.00am. At this event, our panellists will discuss the use of blockchain and how it has the power to revolutionise both business and society, whether it is deployed in financial services, real estate transactions, the delivery of healthcare or in government applications such as voting or issuing passports.
Claire Fitzpatrick, Director of Strategic Operations, ConsenSys
ConsenSys is a global blockchain technology company building the infrastructure, applications, and practices that enable a decentralized world.
Greg Chew, Founder, QPQ Limited
QPQ are developing an enterprise-grade trade settlement and digital governance network, which will enable users to eliminate all transactional administration and inefficiencies from their operations.
Mai Santamaria, Head of Financial Advisory Unit, Department of Finance
Mai, as well as being a Senior Director in the Department of Finance, is also a member of Blockchain Women Ireland, an initiative that aims to build awareness of careers in blockchain for women.
Mark Adair, Partner, Mason Hayes & Curran
Mark is a partner in the firm's Technology team. He advises clients operating at the cutting-edge of law, finance and technology and has written on blockchain for publications such as The Sunday Business Post, Financier Worldwide, and Practical Law Magazine. He is also a guest lecturer in blockchain and distributed ledger technology on the Law Society of Ireland’s Diploma in Technology Law course.
If you would like to attend or learn more, please email firstname.lastname@example.org