The Metaverse, Crypto Assets & NFTs: Why tax practitioners care?


The Metaverse, Crypto Assets & NFTs: Why tax practitioners care?

Virtual real estate in the metaverse is capturing global interest. Investing in cryptocurrencies is now mainstream. Creating and buying NFTs is changing the way industries work.

Join us for this webinar to learn more about the impact of these developments on tax infrastructures around the world.

The Speakers

Brett Cotler
Brett Cotler is an attorney in Seward & Kissel LLP’s Blockchain and Taxation Practices. Brett advises blockchain companies, investment funds, their managers, and public and private companies on U.S. federal income tax matters, including partnership, corporate and international tax matters. Brett advises on business transactions, token issuances and other securities offerings, and joint ventures.

Will Edmonds
Will Edmonds is a senior policy advisor for New Zealand’s Inland Revenue. He has recently advised the Government on the taxation of cryptocurrencies, with changes to exclude cryptocurrencies from GST and New Zealand’s financial arrangement rules due to be enacted in March 2022.

Toby Eggleston
Toby brings more than 20 years of experience to his role as a Partner in Greenwoods & Herbert Smith Freehills’ Melbourne office. He specializes in general corporate and mergers and acquisitions taxation matters, with a particular focus on private equity and venture capital. He has a particular interest in the emerging issues relating to web and crypto currencies and has assisted Fintech Australia in submissions to the Australian Government on these matters.

Willem Jan Hoogland
Willem Jan Hoogland, has more than 25 years of practical experience in international and local tax planning and trust-related works. He currently provides (inter)national tax advice & beneficial tax structures to private & corporate clients, including property related transactions.

📅 Wednesday 23 March
🕥 11 am HKT