CryptoUK, the trade body representing the digital asset sector in the UK, has unveiled its new policy committee.

Comprised of industry-leading experts from the legal, regulatory, and compliance sectors, the committee will provide input on CryptoUK’s strategic policy positions and initiatives, and advocate for regulatory clarity and innovation to support the growth of the UK’s digital assets industry.

As the sector continues to evolve, the policy committee will play a crucial role in supporting CryptoUK’s mission to promote the development of an improved and transparent digital asset market.

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“We are thrilled to introduce our new policy committee of top-tier professionals at CryptoUK,” said CryptoUK executive director Su Carpenter. 

“This team will be essential in furthering our commitment to fostering progress in the digital asset industry. The committee’s in-depth knowledge and experience will be critical in shaping future digital assets policies and regulations in the UK.”

The committee members are Charlotte Hill, head of financial services & FinTech at Taylor Wessing LLP; Sam Robinson, partner at CMS; Rebecca Rogers, head of compliance advisory at B2C2; Dion Seymour, crypto and digital assets technical director at Andersen; Tom Griffiths, co-founder & managing partner at BitCompli; and Chetan Shah, chief risk & compliance officer at Wirex.

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