Stockholm, September 17th2021 — Enigio Time AB has raised EUR 2.7 million lead by MOOR Holding AB and followed on from current shareholders, including Stockhorn Capital AB. The investment includes an option for the same investors to inject a further EUR 2.2 million in the first half of 2022.
Björn Yrlid, General Counsel of MOOR Holding, has joined Enigio’s Board of Directors alongside MOOR’s CEO Malin Bäcklund as a deputy board member.
Enigio makes it possible, through its technology trace:original, to digitally create, manage and change ownership of negotiable instruments and documents of title, such as bills of exchange and…
Join ITFA’s annual conference that will take place from 6 th to 8 th October in Bristol, United Kingdom. The conference will start with Fintech Morning Sessions at 9 am — 12 pm on Wednesday, 6th October, introducing the fintech ecosystem and the ITFA Fintech Initiatives.
Gunnar Collin, Enigio’s head of Sales and Marketing, together with other DNI initiative members, will participate in the morning sessions to discuss how negotiable instruments can go digital integrating Enigio’s latest document technology, trace:original that creates freely transferable digital original documents.
The panellists will also highlight how major vendors like China Systems and Finastra…
With expansion comes a greater focus on the development of technology. Enigio is delighted to announce that Johan Åström is now a part of the team. He has joined the company as a Backend Developer.
Johan has completed his M.Sc. in Computer Science and Engineering from the KTH Royal Institute of Technology. He specialises in privacy and security, which touches on vital parts of Enigio’s business such as cryptography, foundations of blockchain, and ensuring data and services confidentiality, integrity and availability.
Before joining Enigio, Johan worked as a Software Developer with a focus on backend technologies at several IT companies. He also has experience in sales and customer service, which leads to a good understanding of fulfilling customers’ needs and requirements.
Originally published at https://enigio.com on September 2, 2021.
Enigio is very proud and happy to announce that Katrin Lindholm is joining as an Advisor of Marketing.
Katrin brings with her wealth of experience from the financial sector. Since 1982, she has worked for both SEB (Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken) and the Swiss Chamber of Commerce in Sweden.
Katrin holds a DIHM Diploma in Business Administration International Marketing from IHM Business School, Stockholm. She has recently graduated from Hyper Island’s Upskill Business Developer Program with a focus on Digitalization and Sustainability.
In her role prior to joining Enigio, Katrin at SEB held positions such as Head of Marketing Communications, Marketing…
In a global economy that depends on cross-border transactions, digitalisation has become a necessity, especially looking at the consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic. But, as it turns out, the biggest obstacle seen in the move towards trade digitalisation is creating legally effective digital original documents.
However, it is now possible to solve the challenge with Enigio’s trace:original technology, a Model Law compliant solution to create freely transferrable digital original documents.
Gunnar Collin, Enigio’s Head of Sales and Marketing, has provided an outline of the unique document technology in the GTR (Global Trade Review) Magazine’s latest issue. He presented an overview of the jurisdictions adopting the MLETR and further explained the importance of legally enforceable electronic documents in trade finance.
Follow the link to read the article: https://bit.ly/3AIooMr
Originally published at https://enigio.com on August 17, 2021.
André Casterman, who has been an advisor at Enigio for quite a long time is now also one of the Board members.
André brings in a wealth of experience into Enigio. He is the founder of Casterman Advisory which advises fintechs and financial institutions on trade finance, capital markets and digital asset technologies.
He spent 24 years at SWIFT, leading various innovations in the inter-bank payments, corporate treasury, and trade finance markets. During that time, he established an institutional partnership between SWIFT and the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and created the first digital trade settlement instrument.
The United Nations ESCAP, together with the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), is going to hold a webinar on August 16 starting at 15:00 (GMT+7).
With a focus on the adoption of UNCITRAL’s MLETR, the webinar will highlight how blockchain technology is supporting cross-border trade and negotiable instruments such as, bills of exchange and bills of lading.
Gunnar Collin from Enigio will be one of the speakers to provide practical insights on trace:original, a unique document technology that uses blockchain to create and manage digital negotiable instruments and documents of title in accordance with the MLETR.
With other ITFA Fintech members, he will also shed light on the ITFA dDOC (digital document) Manager application, powered by trace:original.
Follow the link to register and learn more about the conference: https://bit.ly/3iyixmA
Originally published at https://enigio.com on August 10, 2021.
Following the UNCITRAL’s MLETR, when Abu Dhabi Global Market (ADGM) confirmed the legal enforceability of electronic negotiable instruments in its Electronic Transactions Regulations 2021, interest around digitising trade documents such as promissory notes, bills of exchange has significantly grown.
Noting the increased willingness among financial institutions to integrate law-compliant solutions in order to fully digitise negotiable instruments, ADGM has established the ADGM Digital Lab. It is a unique environment that connects fintechs, financial institutions and a financial services regulator, represented by ADGM’s FSRA to collaborate, experiment and develop innovative solutions.
Finastra (an open platform for innovation and collaboration between financial services) will hold a webinar on 30 June 2021 to discuss the future of international trade finance and the digitisation of global supply chains. This is a free webinar that will be held from 10:00 am to 11:30 am CEST.
Enigio is set to participate together with the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) of the United Kingdom, SWIFT, and ITFA.
With a focus on the importance of supporting global supply chains and the financing of international trade, the webinar will include the following speakers:
An opportunity for financial institutions and corporates to understand trace:original, a unique document technology to create and manage digital negotiable instruments and documents of title in accordance with the MLETR.
Noting an increased use of digital alternatives to paper-based forms of communication and authentication processes in international trade, the United Nation’s Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) has developed the Model Law on Electronic Transferable Records (MLETR) that provides a workable framework to facilitate the use of digital original documents as negotiable instruments. …