Investment Vehicle and Asset Tokenization Services
How to tokenize an asset
Tokenising an asset spans multiple knowledge and operational areas. Many of these areas are in conflict with each other as these are pioneering days. Eventually, one-stop shops for tokenization will appear, but in the meantime, those wishing to tokenise assets need to deal with multiple parties.
These are the typical steps in asset tokenisation.
- Decide what you want to tokenise
- Get a valuation for the asset.
- Engage a tokenised asset specialist like Raiseworth
Once you have engaged Raiseworth, we take the following steps with you.
- First, we build a compliant legal structure
- Then we tokenize that structure.
A Regulatory Compliant Structure
The above structure shows the flow from token ownership registered with the regulator to the same ownership registered on the blockchain. In order to achieve a regulatory-compliant outcome, an owner must be able to trace and realise their ownership from the issued token back to the physical asset.
This is achieved through what is in the box above. The Asset Tokenisation Overlay Process”.
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Raiseworth’s CEO Paul Niederer describes how to establish an investment vehicle coupled with asset tokenisation
Raiseworth CCIV Services have assisted hundreds of companies in structuring themselves to receive investment and operate compliantly.
Our main focus at the moment is assisting companies in establishing their own Investment Companies and Sub-funds in Australia to serve investors worldwide.
Our vehicle of choice to do this is the Corporate Collective Investment Vehicle or CCIV.
CCIVs are our structure of choice for both overseas Investment Companies wanting to set up an Investment Company in Australia.
We have written lots of articles about CCIVs. You can find them here.
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