NZ FinTech Company Forges Partnerships to Launch Blockchain
NZ FinTech Company Forges Partnerships to Launch Blockchain Tokens
Capital Trust Group Limited (CTG), a New Zealand financial technology advisory services provider, will forge official business partnerships this week to launch three blockchain projects in Wellington, the centre of New Zealand's FinTech revolution.
CTG’s overseas business partners’ representatives will fly to Wellington to celebrate the signing events, including MiCoBioMed, a Korean health technology company and Thai Future Energy Holding Co. with a focus on Solar Power.
CTG will act as the blockchain exchange advisor, to lead two asset-backed token projects, which will be released at the events, together with a separate Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) global fighters token project.
The two signing events will be held at 171 Featherston Street, Wellington at 2:30pm this Friday (23rd) and Saturday (24th).
CTG will work closely with its business partners to ensure their project finance solutions via blockchain technology are scalable and secure, which work in the real world.
Later last year, CTG has appointed Bell Gully to advise on its proposed NZX listing and IPO over the coming months, including liaison with overseas law firms for offers of securities to be made in other jurisdictions.
About Capital Trust Group Limited (CTG)
CTG provides financial technology advisory services. They provide consultancy in regarding to project finance via blockchain technology. CTG appoints Bell Gully as IPO Sponsor, Legal Advisor and PWC, Auckland provides accounting and business consulting services.
About Capital Trust Asset Management Limited (CTAM)
CTAM is an investment management company that become a sole investment management company of Capital Trust Group's asset digitization project by acting as guardian of crypto institutional investors globally.