Digital Transformation: The Influencers Podcast

The future of tokenization: Katey Neate, Chief Operating Officer, Digital Assets at BNY Mellon

In this episode of the Influencers, Katey Neate, Chief Operating Officer, Digital Assets at Bank of New York Mellon (BNY Mellon), and Hogan Lovells host Leopold von Gerlach explore the future of tokenization.

About Katey Neate: Katey is the Chief Operating Officer, Digital Assets, at BNY MEllon. Based in London, Katey has been with BNY Mellon since 2003 and has extensive and diverse experience in the financial services industry, particularly with risk and digital assets. She is actively involved in advising leadership of digital asset startups on business and risk management strategy, which includes representing BNY Mellon on the board of Coin Metrics.

The future of tokenization I Katey Neate, Chief Operating Officer, Digital Assets at BNY Mellon

Katey Neate, COO of Digital Assets at BNY Mellon and Hogan Lovells host Leopold von Gerlach discuss the future of tokenization, including expected industry developments in 2024, the use of tokenization in the funds space and in the context of real estate, bitcoin ETFs (which were recently approved by the SEC in the US), practical obstacles and operational pain points in asset tokenization, and more.

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Authored by Christina Wu.


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