Point Zero Forum in Switzerland is Promoting the Future of Financial Services
The inaugural Point Zero Forum will be held in Zurich from June 21 to June 23 and is being hosted by the Swiss Secretariat for International Finance and Elevandi, a company founded by the Monetary Authority of Singapore to foster innovation in the digital economy.
Two new significant market prospects based on Web3 architecture: tokenisation and sustainable finance, will be highlighted at the invite-only, in-depth engagement forum that brings together entrepreneurs, investors, and decision-makers.
Alvin Tan, Singapore's Minister of Trade and Industry, Minister of Culture, Community, and Youth, and board member of the Minister of State, will provide the opening remarks at a closed-door investor summit. An investor roundtable discussion on the future of the token economy and sustainable financing will come after this.
To learn about the most recent advancements in Web3, embedded finance, and sustainable finance, participants can also join several innovation tours scheduled throughout the day. Research institutes, incubators, and accelerators in Zug and Zurich sponsored these tours.
The current and future state of the crypto economy, the foundations of the token economy, and the future of stablecoins will all be covered in six plenary sessions concentrating on tokenisation market potential. In a series of closed-door roundtables, top experts from the public and private sectors will discuss crypto laws, digital assets, decentralised finance, and central bank digital currencies.
On the third day of the forum, seven plenary sessions centred on sustainable finance opportunities will discuss important subjects such as market opportunities, how to acquire reliable data in the market for environmental, social, and governance issues, and how to innovate finance for conservation.
Participants from the public and commercial sectors will meet at the closed-door roundtables to discuss shared responsibility for the future of green funding and the function of public-private digital partnerships when unlocking data in the environmental, social, and governance market.
Throughout the two days, participants will also have exclusive access to events, including roundtables, think tanks, curated business meetings, and a networking party that will allow speakers and participants to interact.