Join TaxBit’s CEO, Lindsey Argalas, and VP of Accounting, Aaron Jacob, at the DeFi Retreat’s 3rd annual Chatham House gathering in Brooklyn, NY, bringing together TradFi and DeFi leaders in the US.
Hear from TaxBit CEO Lindsey Argalas and a panel of DeFi and TradFi leaders on Institutional Digital Assets (panel details coming soon). Additionally, TaxBit VP of Accounting Aaron Jacob will lead a roundtable discussion on "Current Themes and News" in the world of cryptocurrencies, where he’ll explore the FASB Proposed Crypto Accounting Changes that could impact businesses and investors.
Plus, don't miss the opportunity to engage in an interactive "Q&A" session, where Aaron will address your questions and ensure you leave with a deeper understanding of this rapidly evolving landscape.
Attendees will earn free CPE credits. Secure your spot now for a cutting-edge exploration of the latest trends in cryptocurrency accounting!
Chief Executive Officer
Lindsey Argalas has over 20 years of leadership experience across consumer and enterprise technology, SaaS, and FinTech spanning Europe, Asia, and Latin America. As TaxBit’s Chief Operating Officer, Argalas’ expertise spearheads the expansion of the company’s business and operations.
Prior to TaxBit, Argalas was the Chief Digital and Innovation Officer at Santander Bank, where she was responsible for driving digital transformation across the group, leading specialist digital teams and technologies, and managing the global framework for customer innovation. Before Santander, Argalas was Chief of Staff at Intuit, a leading global fintech software company. Additionally, Argalas serves as a Senior Advisor for Plaid, and as a Board Member for the Georgetown University Walsh School of Foreign Service.
Argalas received her undergraduate degree from Duke University before earning an MS in International Business Diplomacy from Georgetown University and an MBA in Marketing and Finance from Northwestern University.
Head of Accounting Solutions
Prior to TaxBit, Aaron spent eight years at Chatham Financial working with the treasury and accounting teams of corporate and large financial services clients. He advised companies on: derivative portfolio management; finance and accounting process transformation; technical accounting solutions; and oversaw the development of Chatham’s core financial services technology. During this time, Jacob worked across many asset classes including: equities, foreign currency, interest rates, and commodities.
Aaron previously worked at the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB), where he assisted the Board in making improvements to US generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP).
He has a Master’s Degree in Accounting from BYU and earned his MBA from The Wharton School where he graduated as a Palmer Scholar.