Bringing securities on the blockchain is at the heart of a profound financial revolution about to unfold for people and businesses alike. Welcome to the era of asset tokenization!Discover
Tokenizing a security is about incorporating a financial instrument and its associated rights in the form of a token on a blockchain, instead of a traditional certificate.
The advantage? Tokens can be programmed through smart contracts, enabling vast possibilities of democratization, automation and cost reduction.
The scale and scope of each asset tokenization project depends on your country's regulation, but in Switzerland and most key jurisdictions we can help you tokenize the following types of assets:
We were the first company to create an actual tokenized shares back in 2018. Since then, we accompany other asset tokenization projects on the following aspects:
We can take care of the full setup of your security token, acting as a project manager to ensure an adequate structuring tailored to your needs.
We can help you conduct a compliant private or public sale for your tokenized asset, including investor KYC/AML and fund collection.
Whether you need to open a bank account for your company, find a marketing agency or a good lawyer, we can introduce you to the right specialists.
With us, your project will benefit from the cutting-edge platforms that we have developed for tokenized securities:
The open source platform to manage the issuance, distribution, transfers, compliance and corporate actions of digital securities on multiple blockchains.Discover
The non-custodial multi-chain app that we've created to help investors easily manage and trade their security tokens and other cryptoassets.Download
Mt Pelerin is a fintech company established in Switzerland with offices in Geneva and Neuchâtel, and is an affiliated financial intermediary since 2018 with a first-rate track record in institutional-grade KYC / AML compliance and diligence.
We are affiliated with SO-FIT, a Self-Regulatory Organisation (SRO) officially recognised by Switzerland's Federal Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA).