22 May

Tokenization: Pathways to scaled adoption for financial services

Banking & Capital Markets

Wednesday, 12:00 p.m.  ET | 1 hr
Credits offered: CPE Event language: English

Participants will define what tokenization is, articulate its impact on FSI and consider its future impacts on their organization.


Key takeaways

Host: Roy Ben-Hur, managing director, Deloitte Advisory

Presenters: Amar Amlani, head of EMEA Digital Assets, Goldman Sachs
                      Cynthia Lo Bessette, head of Digital Asset Management, Fidelity Investments
                      Artem Korenyuk, managing director, Digital Assets, Citi
                      Emma Lovett, executive director, Markets DLT, J.P. Morgan Chase

1.0 Overview CPE credit | Specialized Knowledge

Tokenization could generate trillions of dollars in new value for the financial services industry (FSI) this decade. But what does tokenization in FSI actually look like? This conversation will delve into understanding tokenization broadly, from the basics to challenges and opportunities that lie within its path to mass adoption. We’ll discuss:

  • The concept of tokenization, its types, and its underlying technology
  • Real-world applications of tokenization in FSI
  • Challenges faced to reach scaled adoption and potential solutions to overcome these obstacles
  • The possible future of tokenization and its potential impacts globally

Meet the host

Roy Ben Hur

Roy Ben Hur

Managing Director | Deloitte & Touche LLP

Roy is the Digital Assets Financial Services leader for Deloitte Advisory. He has been a consultant in the financial services industry for over 23 years and brings deep industry experience and a background leading large scale integration programs supporting business, compliance, risk, regulatory and technology transformation initiatives. Roy’s engagements in the digital assets space include assisting industry working groups test the viability of commercial bank deposit tokens and a wholesale central bank digital currency (wCBDC) operate on a shared DLT infrastructure. He also supports projects related to the tokenization of assets, regulatory applications, assisting clients to enhance their blockchain and digital asset risk & control frameworks, and supports clients with build business models to allow for buy-hold/custody-sell and lend digital assets. Prior to working in digital assets, Roy led projects in the areas of operations, risk management and governance focusing on assessing, improving, and transforming the way organizations approach risk management, compliance, and technology, including evaluating and optimizing the use of data from trade ops, finance, risk, and compliance as well as the related supporting processes, methodologies, and controls. Roy has authored several papers on digital assets risks and is guest speaker/lecturer on "Digital Assets Innovation and Regulations" at the Fordham Gabelli School of Business.

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