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Listen: Take Notes: Blockchain on the Brain

It seems everyone’s in on the crypto craze, but does blockchain have a future in structured finance? Tom Schopflocher talks with director of blockchain development Tom Zakrzewski, credit analyst Tim Moran, and Vanessa Purwin from Methodologies about the potential benefits and risks of using blockchain in the securitization process through the lens of the “five pillars” used to rate SF deals at S&P Global Ratings.