ICO means “initial coin offering” - the phenomenon when a company offers its own coin (cryptocurrency) on a blockchain for the public to purchase. A cryptocurrency with characteristics other than simply being a currency is called a token. These new economic concepts give new challenges in relation to insolvency, which is what the conference is now focusing on.
INSOL Europe is an international organisation with approx. 1,200 member consisting of lawyers, auditors, judges, academics, lenders, government officials and other professional parties with expertise within insolvency law. Piya Mukherjee is the organisation’s vice president, and she will take over as president in 2019. The organisation holds an annual conference and, in 2019, the conference will be held in Copenhagen on 26-29 September.
See the full programme at INSOL Europe's event site.
For more information on Horten’s restructuring and insolvency team.