A group of asset managers have teamed up with fintech firm FNZ to launch blockchain-powered market infrastructure to track and record fund transactions.
The technology, named FNZ Chainlink, has been backed by Aberdeen Standard, Kames Capital, Legg Mason, Equity Trustees Fund Services and Merian Global Investors. A statement said FNZ Chainlink will use...
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