The Future of Finance Meetings


The Future of Finance Meetings for 2021 will bring together a variety of high-profile financial speakers. We will host a series of discussions, articles and interviews across all of our chosen themes: Data, Digital Identity, Securities, Asset Management, Law and Regulation, Payments, Money, Insurance, Pensions, Real Estate, Technology and Funding FinTechs. Follow this page for further updates.

  • 12/07/2021 - Interview 0 Comments
    For HQLAx tri-party repo is the point of departure not the destination

    HQLAx is a properly funded start-up using the R3 Corda variant of blockchain technology to improve the ability of banks to mobilise eligible collateral, wherever it is, by tokenising assets while leaving them exactly where they are.

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  • 09/07/2021 - interview 0 Comments
    The blockchain network that aims to digitise the UK housing market

    The UK residential property market is an active one, supporting more than 100,000 transactions a month. But it is also notoriously slow, complicated, inefficient and expensive, with multiple intermediaries extracting transaction costs - guaranteeing anybody who offers to digitise the process a warm welcome from house-buyers and sellers. 

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  • 11/06/2021 - Interview 0 Comments
    Go to Liechtenstein and use the Blockchain Law

    The principality of Liechtenstein provides the most welcoming environment on the planet for the entrepreneurs of the token economy. Thomas Nägele, managing partner at the Nägele law firm in Vaduz and a software developer as well as a lawyer, was a member of the government working party that drafted the Liechtenstein Trusted Technology Law (TVTG) or Blockchain Act.

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  • 11/06/2021 - Interview 0 Comments
    What custodians and CSDs are really doing about blockchain

    The custodian banks and central securities depositories (CSDs) that make up the global securities services industry are understandably intrigued by institutional investment in crypto-currencies, disintermediating experiments in the Decentralized Finance (DeFi) market and the looming possibility of exponential growth in security tokens.

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  • 08/04/2021 - Interview 0 Comments
    Using blockchain as it was intended to make debt issuance more efficient

    As blockchain technology emerges from the Trough of Disillusionment (© Gartner) and ascends the Slope of Enlightenment (© Gartner) the original promise of what it can deliver once it reaches the Plateau of Productivity (© Gartner) is being rediscovered. 

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  • 13/01/2021 - Interview 0 Comments
    Blockchain hits warp speed with "enterprise" version

    As Blockchain makes its way out of the Trough of Disillusionment up the Slope of Enlightenment (© Gartner Hype Cycle) cynics forget it offered a valuable innovation: networks in which every participant sees exactly what every other participant sees. In any market where value is exchanged, everything that happens post-trade aims to reach that same point, by a laborious process of repeated reconciliation to identify errors followed by exception processing to correct them. Now "enterprise" blockchain is promising to fix those broken information exchanges. Dominic Hobson asked Yves Guillaume Messy, a Blockchain and venture capital mentor, to tell us more about it.

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  • 02/11/2020 - Interview 0 Comments
    Interview with Loretta Joseph

    Loretta regularly advises a number of global organisations on responsible adoption of blockchain technology across policy makers, governments and industry.Loretta is the fintech and regulatory consultant to the Government of Bermuda, Antigua/Barbuda, Serbia and the Premier office of South Australia. Loretta is the consultant to the Financial Services Commission Of Mauritius.

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  • 31/03/2020 - Article 3 Comments
    Blockchain Clearing and Settlement for the Real World

    L4S is a start-up led by people who know that a successful blockchain revolution in securities clearing and settlement cannot ignore either the technical limitations of the technology or the prevailing dispensation of service providers, market infrastructures, transaction processing technologies and accounting methodologies. If their approach catches on, blockchain in securities services could just be in the foothills of the Slope of Enlightenment.

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