Irina Heaver, a Dubai based Australian qualified lawyer with Master of Laws and Juris Doctor Degrees.
With over 15 years of experience gained in-house (as a regional General Counsel) and private practice (as a Partner in a law firm) she worked across the Middle East, Africa, Asia Pacific, CIS countries, Europe and North America. Irina advised on over 500 billion USD worth of projects and transactions in the oil&gas, mining, construction, maritime and emerging technology sectors.
Irina’s particular skill is on structuring legally compliant market entry, growth and capital formation for Technology companies, specifically focusing on Fintech, AI & Blockchain infrastructure projects. She structured several asset tokenization projects, as well as consulted multiple Governments and Regulators on policies surrounding such emerging technology as Blockchain and Artificial Intelligence.
Irina is a certified blockchain expert and passionate about designing token economic models and logic for smart contracts.
I bring my extensive experience as a lawyer and a compliance professional coupled with my thorough entrepreneurial experience to build and execute legally compliant strategies for Emerging Technology companies, as well as traditional companies looking to leverage Emerging Technology such as AI and Blockchain.
Development and execution of a legally complaint market entry strategy that works best for your business and the target market you wish to enter.
Development and execution of a legally complaint Growth Strategy identifying and developing new distribution channels through Partnerships and new Product Development.
Legally complaint Tokenizaton allowing owners to turn their illiquid assets into tradeable digital assets, which can immediately be listed on an Exchange for peer-to-peer trading.
IPO on Nasdaq
Nominated as the IPO Compliance Advisor by Dubai Financial Services Authority and Nasdaq Dubai to advise Emerging Markets companies on listing on Nasdaq Dubai and subsequent reporting obligations.
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