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Some essential listening:

Everyday investors may have more choice and lower barriers to entry when investing in shares, but investing in debt-markets is neither exciting, nor that accessible.

All of this could change fast from here.

Will Remor is well known in the blockchain community here in NZ, and is actively involved with projects like Maker DAO.

Today is the first part in a two part series. Overall, here’s what we’re aiming to cover:

1. balance sheet basics

2. balance sheet for financial services

3. 101 on lending – how does it work from a banks perspective

4. how financial services uses this thing securitisation to help fund lending activities

5. how to bring that securitisation on-chain via nfts

6. how Defi creates additional sources of liquidity which diversifies the funding base and reducing systemic liquidity risk (e.g. covid, GFC…)


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