San Francisco, California, USA., December 6, 2019 — Jeffrey Sweeney, Chairman and CEO at US Capital Global, has been featured in a recent article in Forbes China. The article, entitled “Solving the trust crisis of digital assets through a safety regulatory compliance program,” is authored by Aidaa Wong, co-founder of LUXSENS , a big-data and artificial intelligence technology company for the personal luxury industry . The article featuring Sweeney explores key solutions within the blockchain security arena, including the need for regulation in the rise of digital securities.
Headquartered in San Francisco, US Capital Global is a global private financial group with an established track record in investment banking, asset management, investment management, and capital formation services. The firm provides sophisticated debt, equity, and investment products to lower middle market companies and investors, using the latest FinTech and RegTech innovation.
“It’s always an honor to be featured in a highly esteemed publication like Forbes, which specializes in delivering insightful content and guidance on the future of finance,” said Jeffrey Sweeney, Chairman and CEO at US Capital Global. “As Forbes China rightly observes, despite growing excitement over digital currency developments, not all additions to the ecosystem inspire confidence. It is essential that the assets associated with digital securities possess actual value, and this is where RegTech can help ensure the value of the underlying securities, while increasing the credibility of digital assets in general.”
A thought-leader in the FinTech and RegTech field, Sweeney has published numerous articles on the topic of digital securities and investment banking in leading industry journals, such as The Fintech Times, ABF Journal, ABL Advisor, and The Secured Lender. An experienced speaker and panel chair, Sweeney is frequently invited to preside over and speak at finance and FinTech events worldwide.
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