Head of Global Blockchain Policy Centre
Ms. Caroline Malcolm heads the OECD’s Blockchain Policy Centre, the global reference point on distributed ledger technologies for policymakers. The Centre works with a broad group of stakeholders to understand and assess the policy implications of this emerging technology, to ensure governments can access and respond to the opportunities and challenges it raises. Caroline is an Australian-qualified lawyer, with a background in international tax law. She previously established the Tax Inspectors Without Borders project, a joint OECD-UNDP initiative to build tax audit skills in low-capacity countries through a learning-by-doing approach, and worked on the G20 tax transparency and multinational tax agendas.