Security Tokens Weekly Digest and STO Analytics (16-30 September 2019)

Security Token Offerings To Debut In Japan Next Year

Japan is trying to catch up to the rest of East Asia and plans to allow security token offerings (STOs) next year. A legal change will clarify disclosure requirements and rules will be set in place to streamline the process. Countries like Singapore, for example, have already such laws on the books. Source

MFSA issues a Consultation Paper on Security Tokens Offering

The Malta Financial Services Authority (‘MFSA’) has issued a Consultation Paper on Security Tokens Offering (“STOs”) which aims to provide legal certainty for STOs. This Consultation Paper seeks to link traditional securities with technology driven businesses, whilst also safeguarding investor protection, financial stability and market integrity. Further clarification as to which DLT Assets qualify as Security Tokens and how their issuance and listing on trading platforms should be regulated is made. Differentiation between ‘Traditional STOs’ and ‘Other STOs’ is also proposed. Source

Tokeny Solutions Recognised as One of Europe’s Hottest Fintech Companies in 2019

Tokeny Solutions, the compliant tokenization platform, has been included in The FinTech50, the first list in the world to recognise innovative European fintechs. Source

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