The non-profit organisation Women in a Legal World (WLW) has presented at Crypto Plaza its Cryptoassets Commission to help its members and different companies, financial institutions and investors to learn about the use of the technologies of these digital means of exchange and to apply this knowledge with maximum legal security.
During the event they revealed different subcommittees dedicated to training initiatives, ‘Hub’ or invention laboratory, publications, alliances, events, awards for the most innovative start-up and a ‘token’ of its own.
The Director of Roble Ventures Capital and Founder of Crypto Plaza, Jesús Pérez, the Honorary President of Alastria, María Parga, and the President of WLW, Marlen Estévez, presented and was sponsored by Token City, the first Spanish marketplace that provides the complete technological infrastructure and specialised advice for managing backed cryptoassets.
Token City offers digital and secure representation of financial assets, such as corporate equity, credit, property, intellectual property and other economic rights created by private companies, through blockchain technology and working with decentralised protocols.
In this way, WLW continues its mission to create a more level playing field for female legal professionals, including its partners, as well as the men with whom they share a career.
Several WLW partners took part in the event, such as the property registrar specialised in cryptoassets, Jimena Campuzano; the partner of the criminal procedural and corporate compliance area of Andersen Spain, Chus Hernández Elvira; the financier Jimena Villamizar; the head of the legal and corporate compliance department of UniCredit Iberia, Silvia Madrid; the business developer of Crypto Plaza Finance, Cristina Torres, and the lawyer, Victoria Rivera.
In addition, the Cryptoassets Commission has the participation of the procedural law lawyer Laura del Campo; the compliance associate of Permira, Miriam Mesegur; the founding partner of Hemina Abogados, Patricia Abad; the head of compliance at Barclays, Irene Manzanera; the head of the regulatory and competition division at AENA, Raquel Díaz; the legal director of Amazon, Ana Buitrago; the head of industrial property at Ibercaja, María Jesús Gracia; the litigation associate at Clifford Chance, Sonia Trendeafilova; the tax lawyer at Deloitte Legal, Andrea Eguidazu; the investment director at Fides Capital, Pilar Gómez-Rueda, the lawyer at KPMG, Yaiza García; and the property registrars María del Pilar Rodríguez, Dulce Calvo and Rocío Perteguer.