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Securitization Industry Partners with the Chamber of Digital Commerce
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The Chamber of Digital Commerce and the Structured Finance Industry Group (SFIG) have announced the formation of a strategic partnership focused on advancing the use of Blockchain technology in securitization markets.

The two organizations will collaborate on research efforts and publications, joint educational programs and online forums. The partnership will commence with the publication of a co-sponsored Whitepaper titled “Applying Blockchain in securitization: opportunities for reinvention", prepared by Deloitte.

“I am pleased to announce this strategic initiative with the Chamber of Digital Commerce, which has established an important position in representing the growing blockchain industry,” said Richard Johns, SFIG Executive Director.

“Partnering with the Chamber is a key part of our focus on being a central resource of forward looking education to all market participants. With this partnership we can create new, forward-thinking and educational opportunities for our members enabling them to stay fully informed of how technology is impacting their business. Today’s whitepaper is just the beginning of what we expect to be a very active and productive partnership,” he added.

Perianne Boring

Perianne Boring

“The securitization process is an ideal candidate for the efficiencies of distributed ledger technology,” said Perianne Boring, founder and president, Chamber of Digital Commerce. “Blockchain platforms create a more transparent and secure marketplace allowing the industry to provide better products more securely at lower cost. This will also enable the market to more efficiently comply with regulations, while at the same time allowing automation to create significant efficiencies for the role of the regulator itself. Our partnership with SFIG is an opportunity to accelerate the understanding and adoption of blockchain technology in this sector.”

The Chamber of Digital Commerce and the Structured Finance Industry Group (SFIG) have announced the formation of a strategic partnership focused on advancing the use of Blockchain technology in securitization markets.

The two organizations will collaborate on research efforts and publications, joint educational programs and online forums. The partnership will commence with the publication of a co-sponsored Whitepaper titled “Applying Blockchain in securitization: opportunities for reinvention", prepared by Deloitte.

“I am pleased to announce this strategic initiative with the Chamber of Digital Commerce, which has established an important position in representing the growing blockchain industry,” said Richard Johns, SFIG Executive Director.

“Partnering with the Chamber is a key part of our focus on being a central resource of forward looking education to all market participants. With this partnership we can create new, forward-thinking and educational opportunities for our members enabling them to stay fully informed of how technology is impacting their business. Today’s whitepaper is just the beginning of what we expect to be a very active and productive partnership,” he added.

Perianne Boring

Perianne Boring

“The securitization process is an ideal candidate for the efficiencies of distributed ledger technology,” said Perianne Boring, founder and president, Chamber of Digital Commerce. “Blockchain platforms create a more transparent and secure marketplace allowing the industry to provide better products more securely at lower cost. This will also enable the market to more efficiently comply with regulations, while at the same time allowing automation to create significant efficiencies for the role of the regulator itself. Our partnership with SFIG is an opportunity to accelerate the understanding and adoption of blockchain technology in this sector.”

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