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The Tokenization of Research: Innovation & Compliance

There is an opportunity to leverage innovative technology and new payment and consumption methods to satisfy the requirements and enable the desirable benefits of both MiFID II research unbundling and Section 28(e) of the US Securities Act of 1934. UAT’s Joel Steinmetz and Allan Chiulli examine the structure and operations of a token, smart contract and blockchain-based platform for U.S. equity research that incorporates Section 28(e) practices in a post-MiFID II environment.
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