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Nathan is a lawyer, practicing with the firm Eiger in Greater China for two decades, commuting between Shanghai, Hong Kong and Taipei. He has a keen interest in the convergence and friction between technology and law.

His daily bread and butter in Asia is M&A focuses mostly on transactional work, taxes, and compliance. As a Fellow he looks more closely at regulatory issues associated with FinTech, and examine artificial intelligence, data protection & privacy as well as crypto efforts, all from an China and generally Asia legal perspective.

Projects & Tools

AI: Global Governance and Inclusion

In a world challenged by growing domestic and international inequalities, policymakers face hard problems and difficult choices when dealing with AI systems. More

Digital Finance Initiative

A multitude of technical, legal, policy, and economic issues around digital currencies and blockchain technologies have emerged in recent years. More



Regulate Stablecoins – Don’t Squash Them

Regulators should “offer a path for stablecoins to exist…under regulatory environments.”

Oct 23, 2019
Working Paper

A User-Focused Transdisciplinary Research Agenda for AI-Enabled Health Tech Governance

A research agenda for stakeholders to proactively collaborate and design AI technologies that work with users to improve their health and wellbeing

Feb 4, 2019