Peter Carlstedt is the Chief Legal Officer and a member of the management team of Scrive, the leading provider of electronic signature services in the Nordics. He has a background as Partner / VP in consulting businesses focused on strategic procurement management, whereby he acquired extensive experience from drafting and negotiating high-value commercial contracts - concluded in paper-format :(
Peter has been a key player in Scrive’s successful journey for almost 7 years and going. A key capacity in this role is to interpret and make electronic signature legislation comprehensible for businesses. Thus, Peter and his team help customers of Scrive around the globe to navigate the local legal landscape of electronic signatures. With a comprehensive understanding of use cases for electronic signature solutions and relevant legal aspects, they successfully interact with corporate legal departments and external advisors to find ways to unblock the almost ever-present “legal concerns” in digitalisation initiatives.
eIDAS Implementation in Local Jurisdictions: Challenge or Opportunity for Digitalisation?
The EU Commission says the eIDAS regulation (2016) “…creates one single framework for eID and trust services, making it more straightforward to deliver services across the European Union” However, a digital single market enabled/boosted by eIDAS is still far from becoming reality. Why? This seminar highlights the local legislators’ differing approaches to the eIDAS electronic signature framework and how legislative hurdles affect digitalisation initiatives of both local and pan-European businesses.
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