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Fide Foundation Oxford Congress: “AI, Big Data and the Digital Economy: Challenges and Opportunities”
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desde Lunes, 16 de Septiembre 2019 hasta Miércoles, 18 de Septiembre 2019, 14:00 - 17:00
Jesus College, Oxford
Fide Foundation is a leading think tank in the legal and economics fields. It is based in Madrid. Its membership is composed of leading professionals from the private and public sectors in Spain and beyond. In September 2018, FIDE’s international committee began to steer work on its inaugural congress to be held at Jesus College, Oxford University, in September 2019.

The objective of this congress is to bring together a group of professionals with extensive experience in the subject so that, from different perspectives, drawing on areas of knowledge and expertise from a number of countries, it will be possible to discuss and analyse the issues that have been detailed in the program. Ultimately our aim is to articulate a set of conclusions and recommendations that are intended to be published and disseminated with a view to their consideration by the competent authorities.

With this purpose in mind, we’ll hold a series of presentations, panel discussions, debates, and working sessions. Working Groups will be used to work on the different topics in order to construct a set of conclusions and proposals about the subjects discussed.

Meetings on these subjects are being held in Madrid throughout the 2018/19 academic year leading up to this Congress. The emerging thinking flowing from these groups will be shared in advance and analysed at the congress.

The dates of the Congress are 16-18 September 2019.

The congress will focus on the analysis of the challenges and needs of the European regulatory environment in the face of technological advances in Artificial Intelligence and the digital economy, the opportunities which they offer and the risks which they entail. The Congress will seek to establish its work programme in an inter-state context, taking into account the need for inter-state action where necessary, consistent with the EU's key concepts of subsidiarity and proportionality. The overall economic context is the starting point for this rigorous analysis.

To this end, the following thematic blocks have been defined:

• The Congress will begin with two scene setting discussions. One discussion will cover the state of the Brexit negotiations and, in that regard, the UK domestic legislative framework which applies. The other discussion will cover the digital economy and its contribution to economic growth.
• The Congress will then focus on (i) scientific advances in the digital world and the pace of change; and (ii) the economic opportunities which those advances will bring, sector by sector; yet the pace of change will bring risks to the broader public interest. In response, a number of balancing factors will have to be addressed. The Congress will address a selection of those factors.

• By way of example, in respect of financial investment in the tech sector and more widely, they will involve consideration of corporate governance factors, such as the need for socially responsible investing. By way of further illustration, the Congress will focus on how far the digital economy will need to be regulated cross border to protect privacy; to safeguard the consumer; to ensure security and commercial confidentiality; and to preserve fair competition and a level playing field.

Meantime, while the public authorities grapple with the issues, there exists a policy vacuum. How has the Court of Justice of the EU developed its jurisprudence in the absence of policy clarity?.

As a part of the overall regulatory framework, there is a clear challenge for the OECD and the EU to consider the creation of new rules on how to tax highly digitalized models to help to ensure a level playing field.

• The Congress will aim to adopt an analytical approach to the assessment of the opportunities and risks; it will discuss how to balance the different interests involved; and it will make recommendations accordingly.

- María ÁLVAREZ CARO, Public Policy & Government Relations Manager Spain, Google, Law PhD
- Senén BARRO AMENEIRO, Professor of Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence, Santiago de Compostela University
- Joe CASSIDY, Lead Partner for Global Market Infrastructure, Lead Partner Brexit, Lead Partner Data Ethics, KPMG UK
- Ben CONSTABLE-MAXWELL, Head of Sustainable & Impact Investing, M&G Investments
- Gareth DAVIES, Head of Responsible Investment Solutions, Columbia Threadneedle Investments
- Miguel DE LA MANO, Executive Vice President, Compass Lexecon’s Brussels office
- Manuel DESANTES, Professor of Private International Law, University of Alicante. Of Counsel, Elzaburu SLP.
- Juan ESPINOSA, General Director/CEO, Directorate General for Gambling Regulation, Ministry of Finance, Spain
- Professor Luca ENRIQUES,Allen & Overy Professor of Corporate Law, Oxford University
- Cani FERNÁNDEZ VICIÉN, Director of the Community Law and Competition Group, Cuatrecasas
- Javier FERNÁNDEZ-LASQUETTY, Partner at Elzaburu SLP, specialised in Intellectual Property and ICT, Elzaburu. Member of Fide Foundation’s Academic Council
- Gonzalo GÁLLEGO HIGUERAS, Partner in the Intellectual Property, Media and Technology practice, Hogan Lovells
- Victor GARCÍA PASTOR, CEO, Cripto-Pay
- Mark HAWTIN, Investment Director, GAM Investments
- Gloria HERNÁNDEZ, Partner, Finreg360
- Pedro JÁCOME, Director, GAM Investments
- Ros KELLAWAY, Global Head of Competition and Regulation (and Brexit), Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP
- Patricia LAMPREAVE, State aid and EU tax expert. Accredited Tax Professor, Instituto de Estudios Bursátiles, IEB, Madrid. Former policy officer (on-leave) in fiscal state aids, DG competition, European Commission. Member of Fide Foundation’s Academic Council.
- Anthony LAWLER, GAM Systematic and Cantab Capital Partners
- Sir Stephen LAWS,KCB, QC (hon), barrister. Formerly First Parliamentary Counsel (2006-2012). Senior Research fellow at Policy Exchange and Senior Associate Research Fellow at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies (IALS).
- Alwin MAGIMAY, Senior Managing Director, EMEA Chief Digital Officer, FTI Consulting
- Christopher MUTTUKUMARU, CB DL, barrister. Formerly General Counsel, UK Department for Transport. Consultant, Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP. Member of FIDE Foundation’s Academic Council
- Professor Ulla NEERGAARD, Professor of EU Law, Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen
- Alejandro NEUT, Lead Economist, BBVA
- Jorge PADILLA, Senior Managing Director and Head, Compass Lexecon Europe
- María Dolores RAMOS MARTÍNEZ, Business and Digital Regulation Director, Banco Santander
- Lasse ROUHIAINEN, International expert on Artificial Intelligence, Disruptive Technologies and Digital Marketing
- Laura SACRISTAN, Chief Commercial Officer, Bolsas y Mercados Españoles, BME
- Lupe SAMPEDRO, Partner, Privacy & Data Protection, Bird & Bird.
- Daniel SARMIENTO, Professor of Administrative and European Union Law at Universidad Complutense of Madrid. Of Counsel, Uría Menéndez. Former legal secretary at the Court of Justice of the EU. Member of Fide´s Academic Council.
- Sir Nigel SHADBOLT FRS, Principal of Jesus College, Oxford; Professorial Research Fellow in Computer Science at Oxford University; chair of the Open Data Institute
- Francisco URÍA, Senior Partner, KPMG. Member of Fide Foundation’s Academic Council

DIRECTORS: Christopher Muttukumaru, CB DL, barrister. Formerly General Counsel , UK Department for Transport. Consultant , Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP. Member of FIDE Foundation’s Academic Council and Cristina Jiménez Savurido, President and Founder, Fide Foundation.
COORDINATORS: Carmen Hermida Díaz, Managing Director; Victoria Dal Lago Demmi, Academic Coordinator, Fide Foundation.

- Guided tour around Oxford.
- The challenge of Artificial Intelligence.
- Brexit: is it the final denouement? Six weeks to go until the new exit day of 31 October.
- The Digital Revolution and the Global Economy.
- Knowledge and scientific progress: the state of the art in Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, Digital Identity, Blockchain and other disruptive technologies.
- Investment and financial knowledge area (I). Digital disruption in Investment, Paradigm Shifts.
- Investment and financial knowledge area (II). Socially Responsible Investing, (Sri). The ethical implications of technological changes.
- Regulatory challenges (I): Consumer protection and competition.
- Regulatory challenges (I): Big Data: Data protection
- Regulatory challenges (III): Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Data Economy: Legal & business implications for Industry 4.0
- Regulatory challenges (IV): Big Tech Banking: regulation.
- Tax challenges arisen for the digitalised economy.
- The European Court of Justice’s development of its jurisprudence in respect of digital advances.

Date and place: The program will be held on 16th, 17th and 18th September, at the Jesus College, Oxford.
Language: English.
Registration fee: 750€, including lunchs, coffees and dinners during the Congress, documentations, assistance and support for the arrangements related to the accommodation and transport. Fide Foundation’s Academic Council members and Business Advisory Council will have a 5% discount on the registration fee. Travel and transfers to Oxford and accommodations are not included in this registration fee.
Registration: Fide Foundation (+34 91 435 92 39 or

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