Fineqia International joins the Global Blockchain Business Council

Situated at Davos, Switzerland, the GBBC comprises 350 institutions from a diverse set of industries and 130 Global Ambassadors from 76 jurisdictions. These include Proctor & Gamble, Algorand, the London Stock Exchange Group, Hut8, Kruger and Ernest & Young. Through this membership, Fineqia has the opportunity to contribute to GBBC working groups, stay at the forefront of the latest technological developments and contribute to the development of future regulatory frameworks.

Membership will provide the company with resources such as specific industry working groups and a global network of peers, thought leaders, regulators, government officials and innovators. Through collaboration with other members, Fineqia will have the opportunity to contribute to the application of blockchain technologies. The GBBC engages regulators, business leaders and global changemakers to drive the global adoption of blockchain technology to create fair, safe and functional societies.

“Our GBBC membership helps us ensure our participation in key industry working groups and events, as well as showcasing our own innovative work,” says Michael Coletta, Chief Strategy Officer of Fineqia. “We look forward to the engagement with regulators, innovators and businesses that GBBC’s broad reach brings.”

Contributions and commitments provide the company with participation and exposure to GBBC’s many initiatives and events such as Blockchain Central Davos 2022, where the company’s CSO, Michael Coletta, participated in a panel discussion on the future of markets capital. The company is also able to gain visibility and credibility by co-authoring GBBC research and reports.

The GBBC leads many initiatives such as the Open Learning Forum which promotes understanding of blockchain technology and use cases, while the Post Trade Distributed Ledger Group focuses on the application of distributed ledger technology and regulatory developments in financial services. The Global Standards Mapping Initiative (GSMI) is a comprehensive report outlining blockchain and digital asset standards across 185 jurisdictions and 379 industry groups.

The membership aligns with the company’s involvement with companies developing and propagating blockchain-based financial solutions, complementing its core debt and equity investment business.

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About Fineqia International Inc.

Fineqia International is a listed entity in Canada (CSE: FNQ), the United States (OTC: FNQQF) and Europe (Frankfurt: FNQA). Fineqia International describes the Company’s corporate governance, culture, processes and relationships by which the Company and its subsidiaries and investments are controlled, directed and governed. Fineqia International oversees and ensures the overall success, planning and growth of the Company and all of its subsidiaries.

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About GBBC

The Global Blockchain Business Council (GBBC) is the leading global industry association for the blockchain technology ecosystem, with over 270 institutional members and 130 ambassadors from over 70 jurisdictions and disciplines. The GBBC is dedicated to driving blockchain adoption by engaging regulators, legislators, business leaders and global changemakers on how to harness this revolutionary technology to create more secure, fair and functional societies. .

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