Jeremy Barnett to join panel on Crypto as new Asset Class for CMS event in Luxembourg

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Jeremy Barnett has accepted an invitation to join a panel discussion by CMS Luxembourg at their event on November 10 2022 entitled

‘Will blockchain finally disrupt the full funds value chain in 2023?’

To register to attend the workshop by Teams, please follow the link on below

Will blockchain finally disrupt the full funds value chain in 2023?

Unlocking opportunities in funds tokenisation, investment in crypto assets and secondary markets

10 November 2022 

We are pleased to invite you to join us for this conference, by CMS and LHoFT, on how Technology, more specifically blockchain, is about to transform the investment funds industry.

Notwithstanding the high expectations, pioneering projects have faced difficulties due to a number of reasons including lack of clarity on regulations and a limited number of sector participants being ready. This may soon change. It seems that all pieces of the puzzle will come together in 2023 and finally unlock the opportunities.

We are delighted to have leading speakers and delegates at all levels of the fund value chain such as TokenyLetzTokenOpportunity, CaceisQ  Securities, NordicNinja VCArchax and Montis.

The event promises to be an exciting opportunity to meet in person and hear and discuss how the current use cases and upcoming changes may finally lead to the long-awaited digital transformation of the funds industry.  Don’t forget to register either to attend in person or join digitally following the link below.

Event details

10 November 2022

17:30 CET

19:00-21:00 CET

LHoFT (This event will also be available online)If you have any questions, please contact us.

Keynote by the LHoFT
Funds tokenisation 
After a short briefing by CMS experts, we will go over recent use cases with our panelist from Tokeny, LetzToken and Opportunity and we will also address challenges ahead in terms of investors’ appetite
Funds investing in Cryto-Assets such as Cryptocurrencies or NFTs
After a short briefing by CMS experts, we will discuss the coming MICA Regulation and what it means for crypto as a new asset class within the investment funds industry. Our panelists from Caceis, Q Securities and NordicNinja VC will give us the opportunity to explore the topic from both an asset manager and a service provider perspective.
Secondary transactions and distribution aspects
After a short briefing by CMS experts, we will explore the great potential of new market places which will foster secondary transactions within the crypto space and may thus disrupt the way funds are being distributed and traded among investors. We will notably here the view of Montis and Archax on this topic.
Closing & Networking drinks
CMS fund experts, speakers and all the attendees will have the opportunity to join the coctkail reception just after the conference

LHoFT – 9 Rue du Laboratoire,
1911 Luxembourg

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