End to End Bonds Trade Lifecycle Management
Powered by STACS Blockchain Technology
Numerous Banks and an Asian Exchange/CSD are now able to lower the cost and time needed to issue bonds, to take advantage of brief funding windows, while generating efficiencies in settlement and discovering new market opportunities.
Usage of DLT for post trade to facilitate efficient clearing and settlement of securities, providing efficient asset servicing and liquidity to market participants.
Supports “green bonds” with DLT complementing SDG investor matching, tracking of usage of proceeds and impact reporting.
Usage of a common ledger to harmonize fragmented settlement cycles and connect cross border flow of capital.
Issuer services are packaged into preconfigured smart contracts, replicable and easily deployable for multiple issuers, connected to other key market participants like registrars, CSDs, custodians etc. This can be replicated in multiple jurisdictions.
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Digital Securities on Trident Platform
Securities Trade Lifecycle Management platform.
Features & Applicability
More Flexible, Frequent & Rapid Issuance
Greater Efficiencies in Settlement & Corporate Actions
Management of Proceeds & Supply Chain Tracking
Transaction Transparency, Impact Reporting
- *STACS is a MAS Fintech Award Winner, at the 2020 Global Fintech Innovation Challenge focused on Sustainable and Green Finance, for the Trident platform
- **MAS FSTI Grant awardee, for innovation in the financial sector
- ***Technology Partner of Project Ubin led by MAS
Project Benja – A Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) FSTI Project
Project Benja is a “Proof of Commercialization” initiative between Deutsche Bank and STACS, to jointly explore the technological and practical feasibility of digital assets interoperability, liquidity, cross-border connectivity, and smart contract templates, including the support of sustainability-themed digital bonds.
STACS, in collaboration with Deutsche Bank Securities Services, was awarded the Financial Sector Technology and Innovation (FSTI) Proof-of-Concept grant on 29 October 2020, administered by Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS).
Read the Deutsche Bank Press Release.
Project Benja Objectives & Applicability
To examine standards, workflows and integrations etc in end-end bond transaction, with eventual aim of creation of ‘playbook’ for eventual live transaction
ESG Financing, Cross-border, Micro Bonds, secondary trading
Project Habour seeks to facilitate more seamless bond issuances and to enhance operational efficiencies in the entire trade lifecycle management of a bond product. Project Habour looks to increase the depth and breadth of issuer and investor base, so as to build up the bond marketplace in Malaysia.