Richard Oliphant, EMEA General Counsel at DocuSign
For over a decade, UK companies have been challenged by EU laws and regulations to keep up with the pace of an evolving and increasing digital business environment. This is especially true outside the UK, where regulations are more stringent.
Recognising these challenges, the European Commission created a new EU-wide regulation, eIDAS (electronic identification and trust services for electronic transactions in the internal market), effective 1st July 2016, that opens the door for businesses operating across borders to realise the speed, transparency, security and financial benefit of digital services with a simplified and standardised approach to electronic signature.
Hear from Richard Oliphant, EMEA General Counsel at DocuSign, as he explains how businesses with operations or partners on the continent can best capitalise on this new opportunity and what the new regulation means for cross-border business in the UK and Europe.