Speakers 2019

Ahmed Ismail

Ahmed Ismail is Co-Founder of HAYVN, the fully compliant institutional digital currency brokerage and custodian.

Ahmed has over 15 years of corporate, investment banking and senior management experience. Most recently, Ahmed was Senior Executive Officer for Jefferies LLC in Dubai, as well as Head of MENA Investment Banking for the global investment group.

He has extensive experience working with the regulatory compliance framework, having previously held positions at Merrill Lynch, Credit Suisse and First Gulf Bank. He achieved a master’s degree in engineering from Imperial College London, specialising in Chemical Engineering.

Ben Symons

Ben Symons is a London based barrister at Field Court Chambers. He previously worked for Big 4 firms and large investment banks in London advising on complex structured finance transactions and mergers and acquisitions transactions valued in excess of £1 billion. He has extensive experience in advising both individuals and corporations on their UK tax liabilities and UK tax planning opportunities. He is also the author of Cryptocurrency and Taxation published by Bloomsbury Professional.

Glen Goodman

Glen Goodman is the author of The Crypto Trader, published in 2019 by Harriman House. In his Amazon bestseller, he draws on 20 years of trading experience to show how anyone can trade cryptocurrency successfully. Glen is also a cryptocurrency contributing expert for the London School of Economics. He was formerly a Business Correspondent for BBC News and ITV News, interviewing leading politicians, including Boris Johnson, David Cameron and Theresa May. Glen's Facebook page, Glen Goodman – The Shares Guy, has more than a quarter of a million followers. It focuses on teaching people how to invest sensibly in cryptocurrencies and other investments. He is regularly interviewed about cryptocurrency and other business topics on BBC TV & Radio, Al Jazeera, LBC, The Guardian, The Independent and Forbes. Glen famously turned a £3000 trade into £100,000 by betting there would be a crash in 2008, an experience he wrote about for The Times. He started trading cryptocurrencies while they were still in their infancy and quickly discovered there were enormous profits to be made. With his trading experience he was able to make those profits – and keep them, while most other traders were losing their money during the Bitcoin crash of 2018. In The Crypto Trader, Glen shows how anyone can learn to do what he did.

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