What is asset tokenisation and why it is important?

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Date: Friday 12-04-2019
Room: 6
Time: 12:20
Duration: 40
Cost: £0.00
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Arnoldas Nauseda, CEO of the Smartlands Platform, is probably the authority on asset tokenization.

And - in his opinion - real estate is the asset class uniquely suited for investments in the fractional ownership environment.

In this session Arnoldas will review a host of tangible benefits tokenization brings to the real estate market including high liquidity, optimized rules for digital ownership and compliance, reduced costs of raising capital, both institutional and individual access to high-yield real estate investment projects, global financial inclusion and many others.

Ultimately, Arnoldas will present to the audience the brand new crowdfunding model of transforming fractional ownership into a digital token with its inherent tradability for the use on the secondary market.

Speaker Profiles

Arnoldas Nauseda

Arnoldas Nauseda has a history of corporate and entrepreneurial experience in the finance, technology and real estate. Prior to joining Smartlands, he spent 4 years as a full-time entrepreneur - developing businesses in the fields of technology, fintech, and robotics.

Arnoldas started his career in a United States retail bank, then continued it across different geographies, as well as other industries such as real estate, consumer, consulting, fintech, private equity, venture capital and technology He held financial, entrepreneurial and business development executive positions in these areas.

Arnoldas has over 10 years’ real estate finance, project management and development experience. Being a small developer himself he has been involved in 20 different residential and commercial real estate transactions and developments. He has previously worked in finance and investment through private equity and at V. Paulius & Associates, a design, construction, real estate and investment management company. Arnoldas is also closely advised by Ramune Askiniene, partner at Colliers, a global real estate services and investment management company.

His academic background includes receiving an MBA in Finance from Concordia University Wisconsin, graduating with an international executive MBA at the Baltic Management Institute (part of HEC, Paris), Innovation and Entrepreneurship studies at Aalto University Business School, Finland and completing Fintech Programme at Oxford Said Business School, UK.