Caroline Malcolm

Head, Global Blockchain Policy Centre, OECD

Caroline heads the OECD’s work on blockchain, assessing its policy implications & building solutions to ensure governments across the world can access and respond to the opportunities and challenges it raises. In this capacity, she has also developed a training programme for policymakers on DLT, leads an advisory board of global blockchain experts, and coordinates a network of project leads across the OECD relating to blockchain in topics as diverse as competition policy, SMEs, the environment, data privacy and the sustainable development goals.

Caroline was the Co-Chair of the Financial Stability Board's workstream on decentralised fintech in 2019, and currently sits on the OECD's Staff Review Board. Since 2016, she is a visiting lecturer at Paris-Est Créteil University & more recently, Kings College London. In 2020, Caroline was named as a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum.