Lucie has a passion for the intersect between international high growth businesses, innovation and policy. Lucie has worked in cybersecurity in Geneva, fintech in Hong Kong and developing the blockchain eco-system in London. She has worked with regulators and government in London to help shape the early understanding of the technology to ensure appropriate policy development. Now Lucie combines her experience with high-growth innovation and her early blockchain policy experience to co-lead the international GovChain research project, researching successful public sector blockchain projects around the world. Lucie has shared her views and learnings of the emerging technology space by keynoting at several roundtables, conferences, and events globally including The European Parliament, Chatham House, Fund Forum Berlin, Cleary Gottlieb, Hogan Lovells, London & Partners, and guest lecturing at The London Institute of Banking and Finance and EDHEC Business School. Lucie has been a delegate on a fintech trade mission to China alongside London’s Deputy Mayor for business. Lucie is also a published author having written academically about the relationship between the GDPR and blockchain technology.