Delta Capita launches DLT solutions for trade settlement, tokenization, issuance, KYC

Rick Steves

“Each of the DLT solutions that we are bringing to market have been uniquely designed to drive significant operational efficiencies, enhanced security, increased liquidity and improved cost savings for our clients.”

Delta Capita, a prominent player in global capital markets consulting, managed services, and technology, is doubling down on its commitment to blockchain technology with the launch of its MACH Distributed Ledger product suite.

This move comes after Delta Capita’s acquisition of distributed ledger technology from SETL in April, positioning the company as a vanguard in next-generation capital markets solutions.

The suite comprises six distinct Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) offerings designed to revolutionize various facets of financial transactions, from trade settlement and tokenization to digital asset issuance and Know Your Customer (KYC) procedures.

Enhanced security, increased liquidity, and improved cost savings

“Today’s launch of MACH is a clear demonstration of Delta Capita’s commitment to reinventing the financial services value chain, and being at the heart of what is an incredibly exciting next chapter for capital markets and technology innovation,” said Philip Coleman, Chief Technology Officer at Delta Capita.

One of the suite’s standout solutions is MACH Optimise, an interoperable settlement platform compatible with both traditional financial networks like SWIFT and emerging blockchain languages. The platform aims to significantly reduce transaction costs, with estimates suggesting savings of at least 25%.

Another notable offering is MACH Tokenise, a tool designed for seamless asset tokenization that can coexist with existing asset infrastructures. It allows the creation and management of tokens while maintaining control over traditional assets used as collateral.

MACH Ledger, a multi-ledger bookkeeping solution, aims to process thousands of transactions per second across a multitude of client accounts, addressing the industry’s scalability challenges. MACH Assign and MACH Pass focus on digital asset issuance and streamlined KYC procedures, respectively, while MACH Bridge aims to solve the long-standing issue of DLT interoperability.

Alan Philpot, Chief Product Officer at Delta Capita, added, “Each of the DLT solutions that we are bringing to market have been uniquely designed to drive significant operational efficiencies, enhanced security, increased liquidity and improved cost savings for our clients.”

The MACH suite’s comprehensive approach to leveraging DLT addresses multiple pain points in current capital markets infrastructures, from transaction costs and operational inefficiencies to security and compliance concerns. As financial institutions increasingly look to blockchain technology to overhaul traditional systems, Delta Capita’s MACH product suite stands as a significant milestone in the marriage of finance and technology.

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