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Tokenizing securities: is it worth it?

Tokenization refers to the process of converting the right to an asset into a digital token, issued, stored, and transferred on a blockchain (the latter of which we’ve covered previously). Many real world assets can be tokenized, including fine art and real property. Of particular interest in corporate finance is the tokenization of securities, such … Continue reading

Weak loonie, no problem for Canadian institutional investors

2015 was not the kindest to the Canadian dollar as it saw its value depreciate by 15% when compared with the U.S. dollar. Despite the weakening Canadian dollar, Canadian companies remained undeterred in their pursuit of foreign acquisitions. According to a recent Bloomberg study, in 2015, Canadian companies acquired $205 billion worth of assets, almost … Continue reading
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