While financial services have largely been trapped in the Jurassic period, technology brings the future onto the horizon driven by thousands of futurists and tech evangelists. They already live in a free, decentralised individual-based cyber world and each day open small doors to bring us in. In the next few years, financial services will rapidly transform as tech rewrite the rules. What should we look for in the next period? Better terms? Improved customer experience? I think what we really need to keep our eye on is the digitalised securities arena. It becomes an available investable asset class for the very first time and brings with it the promise of enormous potential. Let’s have a look at the trends!
Mr. Philip Walsh, an experienced compliance professional offering clients regulatory advice with a particular focus on start-ups operating within the investment business sector and, in particular, stockbroking, asset management (including AIFMs and CPMIs) and investment banking firms, has joined HighCastle, the world’s biggest investment marketplace based in the UK as its Regulatory Compliance Director.
We are extremely humbled by your support and we would like to extend our gratitude to each of you for your trust in building the HighCastle investment marketplace, which is designed to tokenize private securities and alternative investments with the use of HighCastle’s SmartNotes under the legal framework of the U.K. Financial conduct authority.
Mr. Philip Millar, former Executive Director, CME Asia and Head of Global Clearing Services of HSBC Singapore and Hong Kong has joined HighCastle, the world’s biggest investment marketplace based in the UK as its Executive Director.read more
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by Ulyana Shtybel, Co-founder and Vice President at HighCastle
The growing number of ICOs, in excess of 2000 per month, highlights the unsatiated demand for financial technology innovations and projects that offer new solutions for existing problems. This keen interest in the ICO model also demonstrates that project founders and investors are looking for simple, fast solutions that will allow them to increase their efficiency and profitability. The current Capital Markets structure does not provide a solution that would offer easily accessible liquidity to private companies.
First of all make sure you’re in a cozy and homly atmosphere to begin our journey. For today HighCastle prepared three updated core activities called “stand-ups” :
What is the EU’s bank?
The EIB is the European Union’s bank. This bank is owned by and representing the interests of the European Union Member States. It works closely with other EU institutions to implement EU policy.
A major player
As the largest multilateral borrower and lender by volume, they provide finance and expertise for sound and sustainable investment projects which contribute to furthering EU policy objectives. More than 90% read more