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Private Equity - How Blockchain can disrupt the Private Equity World...w/Bill Evans
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Registration: Members $20, Guests - $25

When: Wednesday, December 12, 2018
7:30 AM - 9:30 AM
Where: Knoll
130 N. 18th Street
Suite 2510
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 
United States
Presenter: Bill Evans, CEO Liberty Fox Technologies
Contact: Maureen Waddington

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Private Equity 

How Blockchain can disrupt the Private Equity World

Bill Evans...Liberty Fox Technologies




DATE:       December 12, 2018

TIME:        7:30 AM - 9:30 Am

PLACE:   Knoll...130 N. 18th St. Suite 2510, Phila

We’ve all heard about Blockchain probably from Bitcoin and the crypto currency viewpoint. That’s only the tip of the iceberg as many have called it the next disruptive technology since the internet. How will Blockchain change Private Equity?


Join us as Bill’s discussion will include:

Ø  Record Keeping

All relevant documents can be digitized and stored on the Blockchain while all stakeholders can transparently view all fund transfers and transactions.

Ø  Deal Execution

Through the implementation of a blockchain-based deal execution system, the workflow can become much more efficient and transparent for all stakeholders involved.

Ø  Access to new Clients

Using a Blockchain -based KYC/AML platform, the onboarding and management of new investors can be conducted in a much more efficient way than before as the signing of contracts, data sharing, and transaction management would become cheaper and faster than it is now.

Ø  Fundraising (Crowd Sourcing)

Probably the most exciting aspect of blockchain technology for this sub-section of the financial industry is the new funding models that are made possible through digital token sales.

Ø  Investor Relations

By removing system redundancies that can mask true share ownership, Blockchain technology would make IR simpler, faster, and more reliable. Blockchain could revolutionize how securities are transacted and managed. For the first time, it would be possible to create real-time, highly robust registration and settlement systems with which existing services can’t compete.



Members - $20,   Guests - $25