Article

May 2024 13 Min Read

Natural Progression

TMI calls upon Tony McLaughlin (Citi) to unlock tokenisation’s meaning, purpose, and potential value.

Article

December 2023 6 Min Read

What is Tokenisation?

Tokenisation is the process of issuing a digital representation of an asset on a blockchain.

Podcast

September 2023 30:26

HSBC Sibos Spotlight – Exploring the Universe of Digital Assets and HSBC’s Orion

John O’Neill and Zhu Kuang Lee (HSBC) discuss the innovative activity happening around asset tokenisation.

Article

August 2023 9 Min Read

Both Sides of the Digital Coin

Specialists from NatWest highlight the profound impact CBDCs could have on treasury operations.

Podcast

July 2023 39:50

Podcast – Tokenisation and CBDCs: Where Now, Where Next?

Lee McNabb, Oliver Butcher, and David Silver (NatWest) join TMI’s Eleanor Hill for a candid discussion regarding the application of digital assets in a treasury context.

Podcast

October 2022 14:39

TMI’s View from Sibos – with Lee McNabb, NatWest

Lee McNabb (NatWest) provides listeners with a valuable overview of the current happenings in the crypto marketplace.

Podcast

September 2022 32:22

Using CBDCs for Cross-Ledger Multi-Asset Transactions

Mark Williamson (HSBC) and Søren Mortensen (IBM) explore how attitudes have changed to CBDCs over the last 12 months.

Article

September 2022 12 Min Read

Ready to Trust: Are Crypto Assets Right for Treasury?

For those who believe crypto assets are too volatile and cannot be used by treasury, it’s worth knowing that they are not all the same.

Article

February 2022 7 Min Read

ETFs and Tokenised Funds: New Building Blocks of Treasury Investment?

In the December 2021 Calastone Connect Forum, experts considered how exchange traded funds and tokenised funds could, and potentially should, become part of every treasurer’s asset class armoury for managing liquidity. Ed Lopez, Chief Revenue Officer, Calastone; Patrick...

Article

January 2022 10 Min Read

NFTs in Treasury? Establishing Use Cases in Trade Finance and Beyond

The world’s first trade finance-based non-fungible token transaction in 2021 highlights the need for treasurers to understand the technology behind tokenisation and the practical implications that it could have for corporate finance.

Article

June 2021 9 Min Read

How Suitable are Crypto Assets as a Treasury Investment?

Corporates have started putting Bitcoin on the balance sheet. Central banks are pursuing their own digital currencies. The rise of cryptocurrencies is happening at a startling pace and will have a variety of impacts. Now is the time for treasurers to educate themselves...

Article

May 2021 21 Min Read

Crypto: Can it Ever Be Right for Treasury?

In an era where arguably even normally dependable gilts have shifted from being ‘risk-free returns’ to ‘return-free risks’, have cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin finally become viable assets? Or has recent market turbulence, coupled with regulatory inte...

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