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东京证券交易所老板对区块链进行证券交易后的测试

2020-3-13 15:48

 

上周,东京证券交易所(Tokyo Stock Exchange)的所有者日本交易所集团(Japan Exchange Group, JPX)和日本证券登记中心(Japan Securities Depository Center)表示,他们计划试点一个区块链平台,以共享证券交易后信息。NEC公司是该项目的技术合作伙伴。


虽然试点参与者尚未确定,但该项目将作为44个成员联合体的一部分运行。联盟的参与者包括许多全球品牌,如法国巴黎银行、花旗集团、汇丰银行和高盛。但其中多数是日本机构,包括大和证券(Daiwa)、野村证券(Nomura)、日兴证券(Nikko)、三菱日联金融集团(MUFG)、印度国家银行(SBI)和SMBC。


其目的是提高交易后处理的准确性和效率,包括批准交易、更新所有权记录、支付和交付证券。如果经纪人也参与其中,交易出错的几率就会增加。


使用区块链,可以通过为双方启用事务的透明视图来缓解大多数问题。在减少交易的清算和结算时间的同时,区块链还可以提供交易的可审计记录。


JPX表示,试点计划是使用分布式账本技术(DLT)共享真实世界的数据。它已邀请证券公司、资产管理公司、信托银行和服务提供商参与该项目。


这是JPX与日本金融机构组成的区块链财团过去几年在资本市场进行的众多尝试之一。到目前为止测试的用例包括数据标准化、交易匹配处理、KYC和跨境证券交易。


该试验是在JPX的“区块链/DLT在资本市场基础设施中应用的概念验证测试”项目下启动的。它将于2020年4月至10月举行。


去年,Ledger Insights报道了大和证券(Daiwa Securities)和另外26家JPX参与的公司进行的概念验证。与此同时,早在2017年,财团成员NEC公司就与SBI控股公司和SBI集团的金融科技子公司SBI BITS一起参与了区块链KYC项目。


NEC是超级账本的主要成员,但它有自己的模块化区块链解决方案,据说可以实现每秒超过10万笔交易。


在日本,也有多种方案在研究标记化,尤其是在债券领域。野村证券和NRI成立了一家合资公司BOOSTRY, MUFG成立了安全令牌研究财团。

 

Last week, the Japan Exchange Group (JPX), owner of the Tokyo Stock Exchange, and the Japan Securities Depository Center said they are planning to pilot a blockchain platform for sharing securities post-trade information. NEC Corporation is the technology partner for the project. 

While the pilot participants have yet to be settled, the project will be run as part of a 44 member consortium. Alliance participants include many global brands such as BNP Paribas, Citigroup, HSBC, and Goldman Sachs. But the majority are Japanese institutions, including Daiwa, Nomura, Nikko, MUFG, SBI and SMBC.

The aim is to improve the accuracy and efficiency of post-trade processing, which includes approving the transaction, updating ownership records, payment, and delivery of the security. If a broker is also involved, it increases the chance of errors in the trade. 

Using blockchain, a majority of these problems could be mitigated by enabling a transparent view of the transaction for both parties. While reducing the time of clearing and settlement of a transaction, blockchain could also provide an auditable record of the trade. 

The JPX said the plan for the pilot is to share real-world data using distributed ledger technology (DLT). It has invited securities companies, asset management companies, trust banks, and service providers to participate in the project. 

This is one of the many trials from JPX for capital markets in the past few years, together with the blockchain consortium of Japanese financial institutions. Use cases tested so far include data standardization, trade matching processing, KYC and cross border securities trade.

This pilot was initiated under JPX’s “Proof of Concept Testing for Utilization of Blockchain/DLT in Capital Market Infrastructure” program. It will run from April to October 2020. 

Last year, Ledger Insights reported on a proof of concept conducted by Daiwa Securities and 26 other companies in which JPX participated. Meanwhile, back in 2017 consortium member NEC Corporation worked on a blockchain KYC project with SBI Holdings and SBI BITS, the fintech arm of SBI Group. 

NEC is a premier Hyperledger member but has its own modular blockchain solution which it says is capable of achieving more than 100,000 transactions per second.

In Japan, there are also multiple initiatives looking at tokenization, especially in the bond sector. Nomura and NRI have a joint venture BOOSTRY, and MUFG formed the Security Token Research Consortium.

 

来自: Ledger Insights