january, 2021

20jan16:3018:00A Token of Appreciation - The Value of Tokenization for Financial ServicesHolland FinTech Co-Hosted Online Event

Event Details

Holland FinTech and 2Tokens, in partnership with the Dutch Association of Banks (NVB), invite you to join for an online interactive event on January 20 from 16:30 – 18:00 PM CET.

In this event, we bring together a wide range of experts to discuss state of market and explore use cases and legal challenges for banks to work with Tokenization. This is an event that focuses on banking strategies and applications, but will be accessible and appealing for a broader audience.

Tokens are familiar to the financial industry, but since the rise of cryptocurrencies and related technological possibilities, we see an increased interest in the field. Tokens can be used to represent all kinds of contracts and value, and have the potential for more transparency, trust, liquidity and speed of financial services. Today several industry initiatives join forces, to discuss the potential and way forward of tokenization in financial services.

Join this event if you want to: 

– Gain understanding of Tokenization
– Learn about the legal framework for the use of tokens in financial services
– Hear how banks are looking to employ tokenization
– Be the first one to hear about 2021 roadmap and use cases


OpeningAlex Bausch2TokensDon GinselHolland FinTech
Introduction into Tokenization – State of MarketRobert van AltenaPWC
Legal Aspects of Tokenization – Latest DevelopmentsClair WermersCMS
2Tokens RoadmapMarleen EvertszNxchange & Alex Bausch2Tokens
Banking View on Tokenization – NVB white paperMarjan van der PlasABN AMRO
Use Cases for 2021Marleen EvertszNxchange
Panel Discussion with the Following Speakers: Xavier MeeganING, Kim SchneiderRabobank, Marjan van der PlasABN AMRO , Leonard FrankenAFM.




(Wednesday) 16:30 - 18:00 CET


Broadcasting Studio


Holland Fintech & 2Tokens

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