Tokenization of Assets, Securities, Debt, Equity: From Issuance to Trading

Event on September 23, 2019 in Frankfurt.

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This future is starting now. First companies are tokenizing first assets beyond crypto assets. This event presents some of these companies and their projects:

Debevoise & Plimpton: well-known law firm enabling tokenization by making tokens legally compliant on an international level.

Finledger: a platform for Schuldschein loan processing. This platform has been initiated by DekaBank, dwpbank, DZ Bank and Helaba in cooperation with Adesso.

PwC: a tax advisory and management consulting company helping corporates and financial organizations with the process of tokenization of a variety of assets.

Micobo: a Frankfurt-based company leading in the development of blockchain applications and also offering a white-label launch platform enabling issuers and investment banks to issue their own (security) tokens.

Cashlink: a platform for GmbHs to issue equity-like tokens (specifically, “virtual shares”) applying to German law which can be used for fundraising of GmbHs and for incentive mechanisms with employees. an online directory for listing service providers that can help companies issuing tokens according to the new Liechtenstein Blockchain Act.

International Token Standardization Association: an international non-profit association providing standards for token markets, in particular, a unique token identification number (ITIN).

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  • Klaudius Heda, Byungkwon Lim, Anna Maximenko, Debevoise & Plimpton LLP
  • Marc Pussar, PwC
  • Stephan Arnold, Helaba
  • Michael Duttlinger, Cashlink
  • Martin Valenta, Micobo
  • Friedhelm Schmitt,

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For us, the future is now. At this event, we will host several landmark companies presenting themselves in Frankfurt. They will address the chances of tokenization with a special focus on tokenizing debt, equity, securities and other assets.

This conference aims to discuss the future of possibilities for tokens and their impact on the global asset economy. We are looking forward to meeting you to join our conference!

This conference is about the tokenization of a multitude of assets and its consequences. We present and discuss the opportunities arising for new business models and challenges arising from a tokenized economy. Following questions will be answered:

  • How important will tokenized assets be in the future?
  • Will blockchain technology will be the basis for the capital market of the future?
  • Which assets will be tokenized? And when?
  • How can debt, equity, securities and other assets be tokenized?
  • How can legal requirements be fulfilled?
  • How will tokenization disrupt e.g. real estate or investment-based business models?
  • Which business models can survive a major change in the industry?
  • Which new business models exist for financial organizations, portfolio managers and analysts?
  • Should investment funds consider such digital assets?
  • Which blockchain startups should be watched in this area of business?


  • 13:40 Standards for token markets and ITIN as a unique identifier for tokens (Prof. Dr. Philipp Sandner, International Token Standardization Association)
  • 14:05 Schuldschein loan processing with the Finledger platform (Stephan Arnold, Finledger)
  • 14:30 Tokenization of assets: Legal Framework and Challenges: Germany, Russia and USA (Klaudius Heda, Byungkwon Lim & Anna Maximenko, Debevoise & Plimpton)
  • 14:55 Tokenizing equity in the form of virtual shares for German GmbHs (Michael Duttlinger, Cashlink)
  • 15:20 Issuing (security) tokens on the primary market (Martin Valenta, Micobo)
  • 15:45 Coffee break
  • 16:05 Tokenizing all kind of assets and rights in 2020 with the new Liechtenstein Blockchain Act (Friedhelm Schmitt,
  • 16:30 Tokenization of assets (Marc Pussar, PwC)
  • 16:55 Tokenizing everything: the future of capital markets? (Panel discussion and Q&A)
  • 17:35 Networking and drinks


Date: Monday, September 23, 2019, 13h30–18h00 with networking and drinks afterwards

Language: English/German

Registration required via Eventbrite; maximum number of participants: 300

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We think the event is best suited for:

  • Investors interested in digital assets
  • Employees and decision-makers from the financial sector interested in blockchain technology
  • Analysts dealing with the application of these technologies
  • Startup founders and startup enthusiasts interested in blockchain technology
  • Consultants and lawyers interested in the implications of blockchain technology
  • People who are interested in alternative ways of investment


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