Tokenization has gained significant traction throughout the financial services industry, particularly in the asset management sector.
- Tokenization, the process of using blockchain technology to convert an asset or ownership rights of an asset to digital form, is drawing substantial interest.
- Investors indicate they are interested in allocating 7% to 9% of their full portfolio to tokenized assets by 2027.
- Investing in tokenized alternative assets, particularly real estate and private equity, is an area of interest for institutional and high-net-worth investors.
Tokenization, the process of converting an asset or the ownership rights of an asset to a digital form using blockchain technology, has gained significant traction throughout the financial services industry. Investors suggest they may allocate 7% to 9% of their entire portfolio to tokenized assets by 2027. Seeing this opportunity, some of the largest financial services companies are investing heavily in the space and bringing offerings and investments to market.
To gain a deeper understanding of investor sentiment, preferences and plans regarding tokenized assets, EY-Parthenon practice conducted two surveys...