On October 16-17, 2018, NatLaw, together with the International Insolvency Institute and the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, successfully organized the second Conference on International Coordination of Secured Transactions Reforms with the theme “Advancing Global Reforms and Building a Uniform System.” The conference convened top academics and professionals, as well as senior officials of major multilateral institutions such as the World Bank, IFC, EBRD, APEC, UNCITRAL, and UNIDROIT, to build on the discussions commenced at the first Conference on International Coordination of Secured Transactions Reforms held at the University of Pennsylvania Law School from February 9-10, 2017, and to examine recent developments. NatLaw’s Executive Director, Dr. Marek Dubovec, moderated the panels on “Coordination in Implementation of Reforms: Proposals and Solutions” and “Assessment of Reforms,” while NatLaw’s Senior Advisor, Mr. Bob Trojan, served as a panelist for the discussion on “Digital Transformation of Secured Transactions: Electronic Registries and Digital Assets.” The conference was held at the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. To view the conference agenda and panelists click here.