Tokenisation can make illiquid fixed assets such as real estate more tradeable and accessible to small investors. Photo: Dickson Lee Tokenisation can make illiquid fixed assets such as real estate more tradeable and accessible to small investors. Photo: Dickson Lee
Tokenisation can make illiquid fixed assets such as real estate more tradeable and accessible to small investors. Photo: Dickson Lee

Hong Kong could see more instances of ‘tokenisation’ in real estate, as market embraces fintech, says law firm DLA Piper

  • Law firm DLA Piper is working with clients on a plan to ‘fractionalise’ real estate investment for wide pool of investors
  • Shop king Tang Shing-bor’s Stan Group unveiled a private buy-a-brick plan in 2019 in one of the first tokenisation plans in the city

Topic |   Hong Kong property
Tokenisation can make illiquid fixed assets such as real estate more tradeable and accessible to small investors. Photo: Dickson Lee Tokenisation can make illiquid fixed assets such as real estate more tradeable and accessible to small investors. Photo: Dickson Lee
Tokenisation can make illiquid fixed assets such as real estate more tradeable and accessible to small investors. Photo: Dickson Lee
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