Caitlin Long is chairman and president of Symbiont, the market-leading smart contracts platform for institutional uses of distributed ledger technology. Â She previously spent 22 years on Wall Street in senior roles, working for Morgan Stanley (2007-2016), Credit Suisse (1997-2007) and Salomon Brothers (1994-1997). Â During her career she started and ran three new businesses, was a top-rated equity research analyst for the life insurance sector, and worked directly for the co-CEOs on a business restructuring in Zurich. Â Her publicly disclosed pension clients include GM, Verizon, Motorola Solutions, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Timken and JC Penney, and earlier in her career she placed the IPOs of MetLife, Manulife, Prudential, Principal Financial Group and John Hancock. Â Institutional Investor named Caitlin to its list of the most influential people in pensions during her final three years on Wall Street. Â She has been active in bitcoin since 2012 and blockchains since 2014, serving on an internal working group at Morgan Stanley. Â Caitlin blogs at www.caitlin-long.com. Â She is a graduate of Harvard Law School (JD, 1994), the Kennedy School of Government (MPP, 1994) and the University of Wyoming (BA, 1990).
Regulation in the Age of Digital Money