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The NEM Focus webinar series is a platform for discussion where NEM opens the dialogue between enterprise partners, community participants and developers to discuss and debate hot topics in the blockchain industry.
The second NEM Focus webinar is: Asset Tokenization - Navigating Regulation
The Asset Tokenization webinar will be broadcast on December 3rd at 12:00 PM UTC.
Register here to attend the webinar.
Asset tokenization is a critical driver of value in financial markets by taking illiquid real assets and placing them into a new structure that transforms the risk, liquidity, and returns of the original underlying assets. Tokenization’s benefits are: lowering costs, fractional ownership, increasing liquidity, faster settlement, immutable ownership records, and automated compliance.
Tokenization via blockchain can digitize assets and open up investment opportunities
Digital asset tokenization has introduced endless opportunities to the investment industry and what we can do with real-world assets.
This webinar will:
- Showcase examples of asset tokenization and issuance of digital tokens and why it matters
- Present challenges and solutions for regulatory environment
Moderator: Laura Takenaka, Channel and Content Manager, NEM Group.
Laura has been with NEM since early 2018 and was formerly on the Executive Committee of Foundation. Moving over to NEM Group, she’s leveraged her experience to join the Marketing team as Channel and Content Manager. Currently living in her native Canada, she had lived in Asia for the past 16 years.Laura has a diverse background in media, government, and INGO’s.
Panelist: Iain Wilson, CFO, NEM Group.
Iain serves as CFO of NEM Group and MD of NEM Trading.Iain has extensive experience in investment analysis, financial risk management, trading strategies, due diligence and strategic financial advice, was previously Managing Director at HSBC Investment Bank for 15 years, running a fixed income trading desk responsible for market ...
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