The Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment (CISI), the leading professional body for securities and investment professionals, has published articles on fintech written by Mauro Tortone, Director at P27 and former CISI Corporate Finance Forum committee member, on their Review (digital edition).
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How to value and finance fintech start-ups (2020)
CISI Corporate Finance Forum committee member Mauro Tortone, Chartered MCSI, director at P27, suggests methods to value a fintech to raise finance in the Covid-19 era. The term ‘fintech’ emerged in the years after the financial crisis that started in 2007. Arguably, it is a series of responses to the traditional financial system failings. It emerged for two reasons: the financial crisis and technology such as open APIs (application programming interfaces), big data, AI and blockchain, which reached a mature stage at that time…
Tokenisation: crypto is preparing for prime time finance (2019)
CISI Corporate Finance Forum committee member Mauro Tortone, Chartered MCSI, director at P27, asks whether security tokens will revolutionise corporate finance. It all started in 2009 with the release of bitcoin, the first cryptocurrency, a digital peer-to-peer (P2P) payment network powered by users. It has no central authority or middlemen, and it runs on blockchain, a decentralised public ledger of every transaction made on the network…
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