Roman Reyhani recently joined BCG Digital Ventures, the corporate venture and incubation arm of Boston Consulting Group. In this role he helps architect the operational layer for early stage ventures on behalf of BCG’s Fortune 100 clients. Previously, he served as Chief Strategy Officer and General Counsel of Atomic Capital, a New York based fintech startup that built a digital securities compliance platform, as well as General Counsel and Director of Strategic Partnerships at Leviathan Analytics (acq. 2018), which used machine-learning to quantify the geopolitical risk of any coordinate on the planet. In 2011, he launched his transactional legal practice, Reyhani Law, advising many early stage and growth companies in Los Angeles and abroad. He has served as an instructor at General Assembly, and currently mentors startups at the UCLA Anderson Venture Accelerator. His career initially started on a different trajectory, having joined the Legal Advisors Office of the Nobel Prize winning Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, followed by joining a trial team in Tanzania in the Office of the Prosecutor of the United Nations International Criminal Tribunal of Rwanda. Roman is a law graduate of the University of Auckland, studied in Moscow at the Diplomatic Academy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation, and holds a LLM in public international law from Leiden University (The Hague). His master’s thesis, analyzing the US use of white phosphorus in combat as a potential chemical weapon, has been widely cited and has formed foundational policy for various governments.