|Raymond Aron (2ème étage), Université Paris-Dauphine
Tokenisation involves transferring certain rights from a real asset to a token that can be traded on a blockchain. The liquidity created and the transparency allow new investors to finance infrastructure. The challenge then lies in aligning the interests of the - often sole - holder of the property rights to the infrastructure with those of the token holders. Another challenge lies in the quality and completeness of the information inserted into the blockchain... otherwise there are considerable legal and financial risks to be faced ex-post.
- Xavier LAURENT | Blockchain Community Leader, Crédit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank (CACIB)
- Karen AZOULAY | Head of Infrastructure Debt, BNP Paribas
- Reyan LAMRANI | CEO, Token Capital Market
- Andri RABETANETY | Project Lead, Real Estate Tokenization, Swiss Crypto Advisor
Conference co-organised by the Governance and Regulation Chair, the Fintech Chair and the Master in Banking and Finance (224) at Dauphine as part of the "House of Finance Days".