Dataverse/Metaverse Twitter Spaces: Speakers Camilo Echeverri; Borget Sebastien; Anndy Lian etc

Dataverse/Metaverse Twitter Spaces: Speakers Camilo Echeverri; Borget Sebastien; Anndy Lian etc

Metaverse has been the talk of the town since Facebook’s decision to rebrand as Meta in October this year. However, the word “metaverse”, a portmanteau of “meta-“ (meaning beyond) and “universe”, existed way before this. The term “Metaverse” is often credited to Author Neal Stephenson’s 1992 dystopic, sci-fi novel Snow Crash, and many see a more recent inspiration in Earnest Cline’s 2011 novel Ready Player One. Unlike what is portrayed in movies and blockbusters, the metaverse I’m talking about is far from the stuff of sci-fi – and we’re not unfamiliar to it.

The concept of metaverse, also known to many as “Web3.0”, clearly means extremely different things to different people. The metaverse is currently split into two categories – a world of gaming and game creations, and a blockchain-based digital world. The former is made up of a series of embryonic digital spaces such as Facebook’s Horizon, Fortnite, and Roblox, while the latter houses Decentraland. These spaces have clear boundaries, different rules and objectives, and differing rates of growth.

The metaverse could fundamentally change the way we interact with the digital world. In the same way, non-fungible tokens (NFT) have brought new opportunities to creators, artists, and gamers, the metaverse could very possibly not just reshape the creator economy, but invent it anew.

MGH DAO organised a Twitter Spaces session inviting metaverse experts and enthusiasts to talk about Metaverses in general.

– How far will the ongoing Metaverse trend go?
– In what context is the Metaverse related to the Dataverse?
– “MetaFi“ and now “DataFi”?
– How is the Dataverse supporting fair pricing within the Metaverse?

The MGH DAO strives to foster the convergence of DeFi, NFTs, the Metaverse, oracles and AI. The goal is to foster an ecosystem that enables access to decentralized NFT Pools and NFT Pool Tokens (synthetic assets tracking the pool value) and thus enhancing the value factor of NFTs without the sacrifice of ownership for NFT holders – they can stake their NFTs but do not have to sell them. Furthermore, MGH DAO will provide a sophisticated AI-based oracle that allows the analysis of the respective NFT’s fair value and seamless, transparent integration into the NFT Pool.

Camilo Echeverri, Co-Founder & Operations mentioned “Seeing all these developments of play-to-earn and metaverses is really motivating because Web3 is going to change everything, especially in the way we interact on the Internet.” When asked what is metaverse to him. His answer was “The metaverse is a place on the Internet where you can watch your favourite movies, play your favourite games, listen to your favourite artist, and do everything you like with your friends and family.

Borget Sebastien, Co-Founder and COO, The Sandbox was also invited as a speaker for this session. “Imagine the metaverse as a digital parallel world where we can experience more social and immersive interactions from wherever we are in the world. We can choose our identity, play, collaborate, enjoy entertainment, and earn revenue. It will be fun and borderless.”

Anndy Lian, Chairman, BigONE Exchange commented too that “The economy is growing in metaverses. Cryptocurrency is playing a very big part in this whole development. A lot of governments do not have a good way to regulate De-Fi products. If we’re going to add DAO or metaverse to the scenario, it will take them a long time to catch up. We have to exercise self-regulation and constantly communicate with regulators to provide updates on the progress in the space, in order to minimise misconceptions of the crypto world.”

What does the future hold for metaverse? With Facebook’s extravagant entrance to the metaverse, and even rebranding themselves as Meta, Zuckerberg announced plans to fund $10 billion this year on the development of the metaverse – an ecosystem of interconnected digital experiences, services, and platforms that seamlessly blend with the real world. We certainly hope to see that Zuckerberg’s ambitions become our new reality.

Tech giants of all shapes and sizes, from Microsoft, Amazon, Tencent, and Alibaba, to Disney, and even Tinder, have announced their plans towards building a metaverse. What does this entail? Similar to Bitcoin, these whales will move and develop the metaverse faster than you can say “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious”.

While it’s impossible to predict exactly how the metaverse will look like, or when it has reached its peak, the importance of cryptocurrencies for its growth is engraved in stone. As technologies like virtual reality develop, and current industry leaders like Facebook gets involved, advancements in blockchain technology and the world of cryptocurrency will play an equally important role in shaping the metaverse’s future.

 

The full recording can be found at:

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Anndy Lian on NewsX: India’s Official Digital Currency. Time To Make A Shift?

Anndy Lian on NewsX: India’s Official Digital Currency. Time To Make A Shift?

The development of Bitcoin and thousands of other cryptocurrencies these past few years have left India needing to create a framework for the creation of an official digital currency, which will be issued by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI). A bill in this regard is planned to be tabled in the upcoming winter session of the parliament.

The Indian government is worried about the volatility of cryptocurrency, how it can be misused, and cryptocurrencies’ impact on the country and its economic situation. The primary idea of the RBI behind this move is to protect consumers from the appalling level of volatility seen in digital currency. The governor of RBI went to the extent of saying that cryptocurrencies pose a serious concern to the macroeconomic and financial stability of India.

It has been reported that a huge amount of ₹$40,000 (rupees) have already been spent when it comes to cryptocurrency. Furthermore, the idea of cryptocurrency was, when it was formulated in 2008, to bypass the banking system. This brought rise to RBI’s worry that cryptocurrency will overtake the banking system when it comes to investments in India.

Back when cryptocurrencies were banned in China, the fallout was that a lot of people and a lot of that investment and interest were redirected to the USA. India does not want to make that same mistake. It is almost certain that there will be a lot of problems if there is a blanket ban on cryptocurrency in India.

India is all set to create a framework for the creation of an official digital currency that will be issued by RBI. NewsX invited a panel of experts to talk about the topic. The expert panel consists of Akash Jindal, Sr Economist; Siddhartha Sogani, CEO of Creabaco Global Inc., Bitcoin Expert; Hanif Shaikh, CEO of Upsocial Network, Crypto Expert and Anndy Lian, Chairman, BigONE Exchange and Founding Member of Influxo. News Anchor, Vineet Malhotra discussed the following topics:

• How will this impact the total economic atmosphere of the country?
• Are cryptocurrencies such a threat to the economic environment of any country?
• What is the next step for India?
• How important is the concept of decentralisation when it comes to cryptocurrency?

Here’s what BigONE Chairman Anndy Lian had to say in an interview with India’s NewsX:

The right direction is to embrace cryptocurrency in all manners – because cryptocurrency is here to stay. It is the future of currency. In whatever way that it is called – currency or digital asset – it must be embraced.

Mainstream media may always say that cryptocurrencies are illegal as it may involve money laundering, among other things. But the fact is that the top currency used to carry out such illegal things is the very common US dollar.

Every move made via a blockchain is recorded on the chain. If Bitcoin is sent to a dodgy account, it’s going to be recorded on the chain. How will these dodgy accounts cash it out? Will they be so daring to do that?

BigONE is on the Top 40 list globally. All good exchanges must go through the same regulatory steps to ensure Know-Your-Customer (KYC) and Anti-Money Laundering (AML) processes are carried out. Through these frameworks, illegal acts are minimised.

Decentralisation does not, in any way, mean the removal of governments of taxes. It must be emphasised that when it comes to decentralisation, there is no intention of moving away from countries’ legacy systems or financial systems. Nonetheless, people are living in the real world, and not in the metaverse. Actual, physical money is still required to live as we head into the future.

The term “decentralisation” must not be tweaked in such a way that it is portrayed to be a bad thing. There exists proper entities – proper companies – to back the system. In the cryptocurrency world, everything needs to be registered. When founders of a project are doxxed, documentation to prove that will be kept in a centralised depository. If anything were to happen, tracing back to the person or team in charge will not be an issue.

It is imperative to redefine the term “decentralised” such that governments, family offices, and traditional banking staff know what it means exactly. In comparison to the traditional space, what is experienced in the cryptocurrency world is actually no different. For exchanges such as BigONE, different kinds of available financial requirements are stringently addressed. In this way, proper regulation is assured. Let’s be open-minded and address it.

The Indian government and crypto practitioners are open-minded and progressive about cryptocurrency. As the bill gets drafted, it is good that they would have all the experts to provide their confounding, broad, and elaborate views on what the cryptocurrency market pertains to, as well as the volatility and risks.

This is the second time Anndy Lian is invited to the NewsX Live commentary segment. The first time was with Garrett Minks, Founder & CTO, Rair and Vishal Malhotra, Actor on NFT.

The full video can be found on NewsX official channel:

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Anndy Lian: “Opening Banking is good. Defi is better. It can fill up the existing financial gaps.”

Anndy Lian: “Opening Banking is good. Defi is better. It can fill up the existing financial gaps.”

The modern-day, tech-savvy consumers’ demand for a more avant-garde service, gave rise to what’s now called the open banking revolution. And, it is changing the way transactional data is shared, used and stored outside Financial Institutions.

This paradigm shift is actively transforming the payments landscape, and with cryptocurrencies squeezing their way toward the innovation space, it looks like it’s set to play a significant role. Crypto Curry Club spoke to BigONE Exchange Chairman, Anndy Lian to discuss the potentially life-changing opportunities that Open Banking brings and how crypto can be leveraged in this new scene.

What is Opening Banking?

Open banking is a banking practice that allows third-party financial service providers to access consumer banking and financial data via application programming interfaces (APIs).

Why do credit bureaus use open banking?

Credit bureaus need to access and process customer information in order to accurately determine creditworthiness. Open banking reduces administrative costs by eliminating manual document collection. Furthermore, open banking allows credit bureaus to analyse consumption patterns, such as overspending, to provide better credit scores (Julio, 2021). Additionally, open banking prevents fraud through authentication and verification of the validity of data (Julio, 2021).

In the video, Anndy and Erica discussed the following topics:

[00:02:01] Give an overview of what open banking is. How is this bringing some disruption and some benefits to the traditional roles of things like lending and credit?

[00:04:51] Do you see any other benefits to the area of credit decision?

[00:08:05] How specifically do you see open banking benefiting people who are either looking to get in crypto or who are already in the crypto space?

[00:12:25] Have you seen a large take up for that sort of access of on ramping via open banking on your exchange?

[00:15:58] What are some of the security benefits that open banking brings?

[00:17:51] What do you see is next for open banking in terms of helping the credit, lending space, and the crypto exchanges picking up this technology of using open banking?

“Open banking prevents fraud through authentication and verification of the validity of data. For financial service providers, open banking will allow financial service providers to significantly innovate on their product offerings to businesses. For businesses, opening banking will mean more effective and efficient financial tools in their business. For customers, it will mean better ways to spend, borrow, and invest.

Opening Banking is good. Defi is better. It can fill up the existing financial gaps.”

 

About Crypto Curry Club:

The Crypto Curry Club connects like-minded individuals to come together and affect real change that innovates our future while driving businesses forward.

 

About Anndy Lian:

Anndy Lian is an all-rounded business strategist in Asia. He has provided advisory across a variety of industries for local, international, public listed companies and governments. He is an early blockchain adopter and experienced serial entrepreneur, book author, investor, board member and keynote speaker. Currently, he is appointed as the Chief Digital Advisor at Mongolia Productivity Organization, championing national digitization. He is also the Chairman, Asia for BigONE Exchange.

 

About Erica Stanford:

Erica is the Founder of Crypto Curry Club. She is also the author of Crypto Wars: Faked Deaths, Missing Billions and Industry Disruption published by Kogan Page.

The full video can be found at:

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Interview with Anndy Lian: Views on 2022 Cryptocurrency Adoption – What Is Coming Next

Interview with Anndy Lian: Views on 2022 Cryptocurrency Adoption – What Is Coming Next

Anndy Lian is an all-rounded business strategist in Asia. He has provided advisory across a variety of industries for local, international, public listed companies and governments. He is an early blockchain adopter and experienced serial entrepreneur, book author, investor, board member and keynote speaker. Currently, he is appointed as the Chief Digital Advisor at Mongolia Productivity Organization, championing national digitization. He is also the Chairman, Asia for BigONE Exchange.

Being an Asian, I would like to hear Anndy’s perspectives on how he sees cryptocurrency adoption for 2022.

 

Jenny Zheng: Now that the SEC appears to have dropped its resistance to (certain) Bitcoin ETFs, do you expect we’ll see increased institutional adoption of bitcoin/crypto as an investment vehicle and/or inflation hedge?

 

Anndy Lian: It’s certainly welcome news to exchange-traded fund managers with the launch of the first Bitcoin futures ETF this week, with the ProShares’ Bitcoin Strategy ETF, to first and foremost provide their clients with the option to diversify their portfolio with cryptocurrencies, a testament to the maturation of the market.

 

Plus, the news that Interactive Brokers announced they will empower Registered Investment Advisors across the United States to invest in bitcoin and cryptocurrencies means hundreds of billions of dollars can now enter the market more easily.

 

It’s true that big institutional investors have been looking for a regulated way to trade Bitcoin for a while, and that’s all the more so considering the real concerns about high inflation, and the debasement of the dollar due to the US Fed’s quantitative easing program.

 

Part of that crypto adoption process however is being able to convince the regulator, the SEC in the US being the prime example, that proposed funds will be able to cover the risks for investors. For example, Bitwise, which originally filed for regulatory approval for a bitcoin ETF in 2019 before withdrawing the application after an initial rejection, has been revising its filing for more than a year.

 

But it’s also clear that since the recent Chinese mining and crypto ban the US has become a little more receptive to crypto regulation. Certainly, regulators in other countries have approved ETFs, Canada’s Purpose Bitcoin ETF, which started trading in February, ballooned to more than $1bn in assets under management in less than two months.

 

Jenny Zheng: 2021 was notable for witnessing El Salvador’s adoption of bitcoin as legal tender. To what extent do you think 2022 will involve more nations following such an example, or will at least involve more nations/governments using crypto in various ways?

 

Anndy Lian: The rollout of Bitcoin in El Salvador certainly captured the headlines worldwide, It raised the profile of the country and has no doubt attracted the attention of other countries. By the same token, the speed at which it happened, without the opportunity to enlighten citizens across the country as to the pros and cons of using the cryptocurrency will also have given them food for thought. This caution is supported by the case of Panama, which while also passing a law to increase the use of bitcoin and Ethereum as a payment option did not decree that businesses had to accept cryptocurrency.

 

In 2022 however, the real crypto push from governments will be more likely to come in the form of central bank digital currencies, most notably in China. There the central bank is looking to use blockchain at the issuance layer for its digital yuan system, which is centralized. The Chinese version of the CBDC is not yet a distributed approach due to issues around performance and scalability; though the wider ecosystem does provide solutions in the form of sidechains and oracles to enable off-chain data to connect with blockchains this seems unlikely to be adopted any time soon.

 

However, the real impetus to action by the government whether in South America or Southeast Asia may come with the rollout of Facebook’s Novi wallet later this year, with the Diem cryptocurrency to follow shortly after. The reason being that most deserving of crypto aims, to service the ‘unbanked’ citizens who lack banking services. If the Facebook initiatives take off then this could spur governments to action, if not creating their own digital currency, in supporting the growth of private-sector solutions with improved regulations and support.

 

A good example of this approach is in Ukraine, which voted almost unanimously to legalize and regulate cryptocurrency just a day after El Salvador’s official bitcoin adoption. As reported in Yahoo Finance: “This is with hopes of developing a new industry that will attract transparent investments and boost the country’s reputation as a high-tech state.” No doubt this model for adoption will prove attractive to other governments in 2022.

 

Jenny Zheng: Lastly, the end of 2021 seems primed to witness a renewed bull market. However, do you think 2022 will witness an increase in people actually using bitcoin and cryptocurrency to make payments?

 

Anndy Lian: The trend towards greater use of crypto for payments has already started, with the recent news in the US that US-based cinema chain AMC will soon be accepting cryptocurrency payments. It comes just a few months after PayPal decided to allow US consumers to use crypto to make purchases and news that Mastercard would be supporting cryptocurrency payments across its network.

 

While in the retail sector, Walmart and Amazon’s crypto recruitment announcements have raised awareness that these retail behemoths may be planning to open their doors to cryptocurrencies. At Amazon, it appears the plans are well advanced, as a “full-on, well-discussed, integral part of the future mechanism of how Amazon will work,” according to a City AM report.

 

While there are certainly challenges in accepting Bitcoin for payments, especially when the price volatility is factored in, more and more merchants are looking to add crypto purchasing to their business. According to a survey last year by BitPay, “up to 40% of customers that pay with crypto are new to the merchant. Second, purchase amounts are twice that of credit card purchases. Third, crypto is less expensive than credit cards, and lastly, there are no fraud-related chargebacks”.

 

A clear use case for cryptocurrency also comes with international money transfers, for example, with low transfer fees and fast transfer speeds, and anyone can use it. “However, Bitcoin has become less attractive for remittances due to the increasing cost of Bitcoin transactions. Some competing cryptocurrencies, such as Ripple and Dash, are also targeting the remittance market with substantially lower fees,” suggested a recent report in Investopedia.

 

Jenny Zheng: Any final words?

 

Anndy Lian: Well, the year 2022 seems to be the best year for cryptocurrency adoption. If you looked at the crypto innovation curve that I have shared on Twitter. You have not missed anything. Crypto is still young.

 

by Jenny Zheng @jennyzheng.Early crypto advocate | Investor | PR Expert | Cofounder of Blockcast.cc

 

 

Original Source: https://hackernoon.com/interview-with-anndy-lian-views-on-2022-cryptocurrency-adoption-what-is-coming-next

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Anndy Lian to speak on Decentralized Finance at Vietnam CFO Forum 2021

Anndy Lian to speak on Decentralized Finance at Vietnam CFO Forum 2021

Anndy Lian, Chairman, Asia of BigONE Exchange & Chief Digital Advisor to Mongolia Productivity Organisation will be giving a speech on Decentralised Finance (DeFI) at the Vietnam CFO Forum 2021.

Vietnam CFO Forum 2021’s theme is “Insights & Foresights: The Future in the Present Tense.” The forum will be held with many discussion sessions that are both trending and close to the reality of businesses. The latest PwC study has shown that environmental, social and governance (ESG) criteria have now become a deciding factor for the world’s top investors. This criterion forces investors and investee companies to redefine risks in traditional business models as well as opportunities that contribute to sustainable value creation in the future. ESG will also be a topic discussed by experts in this year’s Vietnam CFO Forum.

Prominent names from large domestic enterprises can be mentioned such as Mr. Le Thanh Liem – Chief Financial Officer of Vinamilk, Mr. Nguyen Xuan Dai – Finance Director of Sovico Group, Mr. Le Vu Truong Deputy General director of Ernst & Young Vietnam; Mr. Nguyen Hoang Nam – Deputy General Director of PwC Vietnam, Mr. Phan Vu Hoang – Deputy General Director of Deloitte Vietnam, Ms. Chau Nguyen – Chief Representative of ACCA Vietnam, Mr. Yee Chung Seck – Deputy General Director of Baker & McKenzie Vietnam, Mr. Dang The Duc – Managing Partner of Indochine Counsel, Mr. Tim Evans – Managing Director of HSBC Vietnam, Mr. Le Khanh Lam – President of RSM Vietnam.

The international experts attending the discussion in this year’s forum included blockchain expert Anndy Lian – President of BigONE Exchange Asia, Mr. Hiroaki Endo – CEO of investment fund PGIM Japan; Mr. Sharath Martin – ACCA’s professional advisor in ASEAN ANZ, Mr. Nguyen Ngoc Bach – Chairman of AsiaInvest Group and CFO Vietnam.

CFO Vietnam Forum 2021 is an event for leaders and financial professionals organized by CFO Vietnam in collaboration with ACCA Vietnam and the International Association of Senior Financial Executives (IAFEI). This year’s event, held online via ZoomEvents, is expected to have the participation of more than 300 business leaders and 400 CFO members of the International Association of Senior Financial Executives (IAFEI).

More information can be obtained at https://www.cfo.vn/.

Dự báo và hoạch định tương lai cho bài toán tài chính doanh nghiệp

TheLEADERHơn 500 nhà lãnh đạo và chuyên gia tài chính sẽ quy tụ trong Diễn đàn CFO Việt Nam 2021 do CFO Việt Nam phối hợp với ACCA Việt Nam và Hiệp hội Quốc tế các nhà quản trị tài chính cấp cao (IAFEI) tổ chức.

Đã hơn hai năm kể từ khi các doanh nghiệp Việt Nam bắt đầu phải đương đầu với cuộc khủng hoảng do Covid-19 gây ra. Trong đó, làn sóng dịch lần thứ tư với mức độ ảnh hưởng rất lớn và kéo dài và hiện vẫn đang diễn biến phức tạp ở nhiều địa phương đã khiến nhiều doanh nghiệp rơi vào trạng thái kiệt sức cả về “thể chất” lẫn tinh thần.

Dù trải qua bốn đợt dịch, có thêm kinh nghiệm đương đầu với khủng hoảng và đã lên nhiều kế hoạch dự phòng để đảm bảo sản xuất, kinh doanh nhưng nhìn chung, các nhà lãnh đạo doanh nghiệp vẫn chưa thể chắc chắn với tương lai phía trước.

Có một thực tế là những ứng phó của các nhà lãnh đạo và doanh nghiệp trong bối cảnh hiện tại ít nhiều được đúc kết từ những kinh nghiệm trong quá khứ. Việc nắm bắt các bài học quý báu được khắc họa rõ ràng sẽ không những giúp các nhà lãnh đạo ứng biến hiệu quả với hiện tại mà còn có thể dự báo, hoạch định tương lai bằng những hành động hôm nay.

Trong tình hình đó, Diễn đàn CFO Việt Nam 2021 với chủ đề “Nhìn sâu và nhìn xa – Nhìn thấu tương lai trong hiện tại” sẽ được tổ chức với nhiều phiên thảo luận vừa mang tính xu hướng vừa sát với thực tế của doanh nghiệp.

Trong đó, các chuyên gia uy tín trong và ngoài nước sẽ cung cấp một bức tranh toàn cảnh về kinh tế cũng như những dự báo đi kèm với các khuyến nghị cho tương lai nhằm vạch ra định hướng cho con đường từ khủng hoảng đến phục hồi.

Đáng chú ý, khi mà đại dịch kéo dài khiến dòng tiền – “máu” của doanh nghiệp bị cạn kiệt thì vai trò của các nhà giám đốc tài chính lại trở nên vô cùng quan trọng. Việc thảo luận và xác định về vai trò của CFO trong việc định hình lại mô hình kinh doanh trong bối cảnh mới là rất cấp thiết.

Bên cạnh đó, việc minh bạch hóa thông tin kế toán trong các hoạt động của doanh nghiệp là yêu cầu nhất thiết phải thực hiện trong tiến trình hội nhập của Việt Nam.

Cách đây gần 20 năm, Việt Nam đã xây dựng và công bố hệ thống chuẩn mực kế toán trong lĩnh vực doanh nghiệp. Năm 2020, lộ trình triển khai áp dụng chuẩn mực báo cáo tài chính quốc tế (IFRS) tại các doanh nghiệp đã chính thức được Bộ Tài chính ban hành với 3 giai đoạn. Một là giai đoạn chuẩn bị từ năm 2020 đến hết năm 2021. Hai là giai đoạn áp dụng tự nguyện từ năm 2022 đến hết năm 2025. Ba là giai đoạn bắt buộc áp dụng từ sau năm 2025.

Các chuyên gia tài chính và quản trị hàng đầu trong nước và khu vực sẽ thảo luận về mức độ sẵn sàng áp dụng IFRS của doanh nghiệp tại Việt Nam, đồng thời đưa ra các lời khuyên cũng như chia sẻ kinh nghiệm trong việc áp dụng thành công chuẩn mực báo cáo tài chính quốc tế.

Đáng chú ý, một nghiên cứu mới nhất của PwC đã chỉ ra rằng, tiêu chí môi trường, xã hội và quản trị (ESG) hiện đã trở thành yếu tố quyết định đối với các nhà đầu tư hàng đầu thế giới. Tiêu chí này buộc các nhà đầu tư và công ty tiếp nhận đầu tư phải xác định lại rủi ro trong các mô hình kinh doanh truyền thống cũng như những cơ hội góp phần tạo ra giá trị bền vững trong tương lai. ESG cũng sẽ là chủ đề được các chuyên gia cùng nhau thảo luận trong Diễn đàn CFO Việt Nam năm nay.

Ngoài ra, các chuyên gia trong nước và khu vực sẽ cập nhật và phân tích quy định trọng yếu ảnh hưởng đến hoạt động của doanh nghiệp; thảo luận các xu hướng M&A, hoạt động tài chính phi tập trung…trong phiên thảo luận “Thấu hiểu và dự báo”.

Những kinh nghiệm thực tiễn trong quản trị điều hành tài chính doanh nghiệp, huy động vốn; lập kế hoạch thuế và nhiều nội dung hấp dẫn khác sẽ được chia sẻ trong phiên thảo luận mang tên “Làm chủ tương lai từ hôm nay”.

Những cái tên nổi bật đến từ các doanh nghiệp lớn trong nước có thể kể đến như ông Lê Thành Liêm – Giám đốc Điều hành Tài chính của Vinamilk, ông Nguyễn Xuân Đại – Giám đốc Tài chính Sovico Group, ông Lê Vũ Trường Phó tổng giám đốc Ernst & Young Vietnam; ông Nguyễn Hoàng Nam – Phó tổng giám đốc PwC Việt Nam, ông Phan Vũ Hoàng – Phó tổng giám đốc Deloitte Vietnam, bà Châu Nguyễn – Trưởng Đại diện ACCA Việt Nam, ông Yee Chung Seck – Phó tổng giám đốc Baker & McKenzie Vietnam, ông Đặng Thế Đức – Luật sư điều hành Indochine Counsel, ông Tim Evans – Giám đốc điều hành HSBC Vietnam, ông Lê Khánh Lâm – Chủ tịch RSM Việt Nam…

Các chuyên gia quốc tế tham dự thảo luận trong diễn đàn năm nay có chuyên gia blockchain Anndy Lian – Chủ tịch BigONE Exchange châu Á, ông Hiroaki Endo – Giám đốc điều hành quỹ đầu tư PGIM Nhật Bản; ông Sharath Martin – cố vấn chuyên môn ACCA khu vực ASEAN ANZ, ông Nguyễn Ngọc Bách – Chủ tịch AsiaInvest Group kiêm Chủ tịch CFO Vietnam.

Diễn đàn CFO Việt Nam 2021 là sự kiện dành cho các lãnh đạo và chuyên gia tài chính được tổ chức bởi CFO Việt Nam phối hợp với ACCA Việt Nam và Hiệp hội Quốc tế các nhà quản trị tài chính cấp cao (IAFEI). Sự kiện năm nay được tổ chức trực tuyến qua ZoomEvents dự kiến có sự tham gia của hơn 300 lãnh đạo doanh nghiệp và 400 CFO hội viên Hiệp hội quốc tế các nhà quản trị tài chính cấp cao (IAFEI).

 

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