The World Bank and Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) achieved success in recording secondary market bond trading through blockchain technology.
For the first time ever, Societe Generale issued covered bonds in a form of security token on a public blockchain. This way the company wanted to experiment with business blockchain-based solutions and investigate efficient ways for bond issuance.
Societe Generale Private Banking has announced the launch of a new Luxembourg-listed, actively managed exchange-traded note aiming to target the blockchain sector.
A group of oil industry giants including Shell and BP are launching a blockchain platform to facilitate post-trade processes.
The platform is intended to facilitate domestic and cross-border trade for small and medium enterprises in Europe and increase overall trade transaction transparency.
Seven large banks are collaborating to make domestic and cross-border commerce easier for European small and medium-sized enterprises.
A group of eight banks, including UniCredit, HSBC, and UBS, have finally tested a distributed ledger prototype for bonds exchange using Intel’s blockchain platform.
Some of the leading companies in the financial industry, including Societe Generale and the London Stock Exchange, have partnered to study the potential use cases of the blockchain technology.
Thirteen top banks, including Citi, Bank of America and Deutsche Bank, have joined a consortium led by financial tech firm R3 that is developing blockchain technology for the financial industry.