The upcoming crop of IPOs from mainland China vary in most respects but one: they are all profitable.
The bank partners with Broadridge to put investors’ votes at corporate AGMs onto distributed ledgers.
Huifu and Vcredit achieve aggressive financing goals in Hong Kong, but fare weakly in secondary trading.
Banks on quest to boost profits by digitizing clients’ access to data, but are investors ready?
The lesson from this massive buy side: not every broker’s algos compete when machines make more decisions.
With investor services now part of the investment and corporate bank, J.P. Morgan wants data integrated.
Privacy concerns trouble even permissioned blockchains, says Dekrypt Capital’s Howard Wu, because without privacy, digital currencies can’t be fungible.
Major blockchain initiatives prove the technology offers privacy and scalability, but banks waiting to see which models prevail.