Sven Donhuysen Announces New Concept on Tokenizing Funds at the Superreturn Private Equity Conference 2018

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Tokenizing Funds Will Change the Fund World in 2018

Dick Kramlich and Sven Donhuysen

SuperReturn was a blast

Sven Donhuysen, serial entrepreneur, tech investor, and CEO of Leo Investment, AG, announced his new concept on tokenizing funds at the recent SuperReturn International Private Equity Conference at the InterContinental Hotel, Berlin.

Being the world's largest event of its kind, and running for four bumper packed days, it was a great opportunity for attendees and other finance experts to hear about Donhuysen's innovative tokenization strategy that can have a vital role in bringing liquidity to non liquid funds. A solution to this age long problem will have enormous benefits across multiple industries around the world, as until now, if sold or exchanged for cash, illequid assets have meant a substantial loss in value; and cannot be sold quickly due to the absence of ready and willing speculators or investors. Donhuysen, seen here in the photo with the Godfather of Venture Capital and Co-founder and Chairman Emeritus of NEA (New Enterprise Associates), Dick Kramlich, received a lot of positive feedback.

Packed with more than 2,300 participants from the finance industry, the conference was buzzing, and the hot topics revolved around the tokenization of funds, AI, robotics, machine learning, blockchain, globalization, and more team playing. Everyone was spoiled for choice when it came to presentations from other leaders in the field.


Dan Quayle, the 44th Vice President of the US, and Chairman at Cerberus, gave a first-class interview entitled, 'Fireside Chat: Geopolitical Challenges.' While being interviewed by Henny Sender, the Financial Times Chief Correspondent of International Finance, Quayle discussed successful navigation of the ever-changing dynamics of the global private equity landscape.

Dick Kramlich, photographed here with Sven Donhuysen, CEO of Leo Investment AG, played the role of moderator in the lively panel discussion, 'Cross-Border VC Investments In Global Startups.' This was a high spot of the event, as Kramlich is known for his 1978 startup, New Enterprise Associates, which went on to become the biggest venture capital fund in the world today. Donhuysen predicts that the future of finance could be dominated by Blockchain, and daily events and tech news appear to lend support to this statement.

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