Past event
Banking

Frankfurt Digital Finance

February 7, 2024
On site Conference
English
Speakers
Location
Gesellschaftshaus PalmengartenPalmengartenstraße 11
Frankfurt am Main 60325
Launched in 2019, Frankfurt Digital Finance Conference has grown into one of the most pre-eminent events of its kind in Europe. Frankfurt Digital Finance 2024 took place over 2 days.
 
Day One brought together top-executives, entrepreneurs, investors, academics and policy makers on a single platform to discuss the topics shaping the future of the financial industry.
 
We were happy to be part of this event. Stefan Grasmann hosted our session about INSTITUTIONAL DeFi – Roadblocks and Opportunities.
 
1️⃣ What can/should/must institutional players learn from DeFi?
2️⃣ How can DeFi services be made available to institutional investors?
3️⃣ How can institutional players use DeFi services for their own purpose?
4️⃣ Can and should institutional players augment DeFi services with their own tokenized assets?
 
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Facts & Figures about our session
  • Date: February 7th 2024
  • Time: 14.40 - 15.30 pm (Session: A2)
  • Panelists:
    • Peter Großkopf, Ultimate (by Unstoppable Finance):
      "Regulatory enforcement will become more automated, scalable and much fairer when the principles behind DeFi and Decentralized Technology will be applied to capital markets at large."
       
    • Markus Hämmerli, Sygnum
      “The Future of Finance - it is happening now, fully regulated and ready for institutional grade market participants.”
       
    • Jonathan Leßmann, SWIAT
      “Institutional DeFi is just starting and has the potential to reshape the strategic and competitive architecture in finance. Now is the time for strategic decisions and actions.”
       
    • Hagen Weiß, Dentons:
      "Institutional DeFi will elucidate how the right kind of regulation and technology will completely update capital markets."
For more details about the event follow this link.
 
 
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