FNZ launches blockchain infrastructure for asset managers

Leveraging blockchain technology

Sophie King
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"We are committed to lowering cost and risk, not just for FNZ, but for the entire industry" - FNZ's Adrian Durham
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"We are committed to lowering cost and risk, not just for FNZ, but for the entire industry" - FNZ's Adrian Durham

Platform technology provider FNZ has partnered with a number of global fund managers to launch a blockchain-powered market infrastructure for the asset management sector.

The group called the project 'FNZ ChainLink', which it said would leveraged blockchain technology to replace thousands of copies of transactions and holdings that "plague" the managed fund industry...

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