Caitlin Long, Symbiont
Caitlin Long is chairman and president of Symbiont, the leading smart contracts platform for institutional uses of blockchain technology and winner of a WatersTechnology Award for Best Distributed Ledger Project in 2016 (Buy-Side Technology Awards). Caitlin previously spent 22 years on Wall Street as a managing director in senior roles, working for Morgan Stanley (2007-2016), Credit Suisse (1997-2007), and Salomon Brothers (1994-1997). Caitlin has been active in bitcoin since 2012 and blockchains since 2014, and she served on Morgan Stanley's internal blockchain working group in 2014-16. MarketsMedia awarded Caitlin its 2016 Women in Finance Award for Excellence in Blockchain, and Institutional Investor named Caitlin to its list of the most influential people in pensions during her final 3 years on Wall Street. She is a graduate of Harvard Law School (JD, 1994), the Kennedy School of Government (MPP, 1994), and the University of Wyoming (BA, 1990).
The state of Delaware’s Blockchain Initiative will introduce distributed ledger technology to many of the private sector’s most important legal documents currently filed with the Delaware Division of Corporations. Attend this session to learn how and why the Delaware Blockchain Initiative could impact every US corporation — whether Delaware-registered or not — because every company will have the option to convert to blockchain registration in Delaware. Explore the pros and cons of such a conversion and get an update on what has been implemented and what is still to come. By attending, you will: