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Applying blockchain in securitization: opportunities for reinvention
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Table of Contents Chapter One: Why blockchain? Chapter Two: Blockchain basics Chapter Three: Loan origination, underwriting, and servicing Chapter Four: Structuring the security Chapter Five: Servicing and trading the security Chapter Six: Challenges to implementation Chapter Seven: Blockchain and securitization – the road ahead Chapter Eight: Recent evolutions in
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Chapter One: Why blockchain? The facts : 1. Financial services institutions have already invested over a billion dollars in the technology, with most big banks likely to have initiated blockchain projects by the end of 2017 2. There are already hundreds of use cases, ranging from international payments to securities processing, while technology firms including Amazon, Google, and IBM are offering a host of blockchain services aimed at the financial industry.
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Why are all of those companies investing in blockchain? This new technology has the potential to dramatically disrupt the role of intermediaries—including that of banks—in financial transactions. Traditional activities performed by intermediaries might be changed or even replaced. Blockchain can also bring significant advances in efficiency, security, and transparency to many of the financial sector’s activities.
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What kind of future that blockchain could offers ?? Imagine being able to send money to a friend in a different country without ever having to use a financial institution or any other third party to transfer or convert currencies. Imagine too that you and your friend will then have a reliable, traceable, and immutable record of the transaction. Finally, imagine the ability to not only transfer currency without using any intermediary, but also to execute the most complex financial transactions more quickly, safely, and cheaply than current systems permit.
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Blockchain and smart contracts could catapult the securitization industry into a new digital age.
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