STO LiSTING: RAISE CAPITAL WITH DIGITAL SECURITIES on fusang exchange

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Why Tokenise with Fusang

We help businesses list digital assets (equities, bonds, funds...) to raise capital with direct access to global investors.
Blockchain beats paper on every measure. It removes layers of inefficiencies.
Blockchain answers many interoperability, trust, and transparency issues in fragmented capital market systems.

Lower cost

With middlemen out of the picture, digital securities offer a faster, more cost-effective alternative to traditional trading.

Investor access

A lower investment threshold and worldwide digital platform means anyone who believes in your business can support you – anywhere, anytime.

Efficiency

Blockchain can’t be beat in terms of automation and speed. Fast settlements streamline the transaction process, while decentralization means lower costs for customers.

Transparency

Blockchain ledgers are public, so you’ll always have access to a complete record of your holdings and transactions. And not to worry – digital securities are fully compliant with disclosure standards and legal regulations.

How Tokenise Securities and Assets with Fusang

Raising capital with Fusang gives you access to a global pool of sophisticated investors and the chance to expand your network of dedicated supporters. Here’s how to get started.

Public Listing

Companies that list on our Main Board can have their shares publicly traded by investors of every size: professional, institutional and retail. To go public, issuers will need a licensed listing sponsor that has been approved by Fusang Exchange.

To list on Fusang Exchange Main Board, issuers are required to have a minimum capital of USD2m and market capitalisation of at least USD10m.

Issuers will need to submit the following documents (additional documents will be requested depending on the companies’ structure):

Listing Application Form
Business Plan

Business activities description, business prospects, security aspects in terms of potential profits and losses

Corporate Documentation

Certificate of incorporation, register of members, register of directors, memorandum of articles association, organizational structure

Prospectus (offering memorandum)
Financial Documentation

Audited financial statements, financial projections

Management Team Profiles
Applicant Issuer Declaration
Listing Sponsor Declaration
Approval Letter from LFSA
Credit Rating/Risk Disclosure

Issuance fees:   USD 3,000 per month

Transaction Fee: 1% of raise 

Initial Listing Fee: 25 bps of market cap 

Ongoing Listing Fee : USD 3,000 per month

Rebate : 10% of trading revenue rebated in FSC tokens on listing 

Private Listing

Companies that choose to list on the Fusang Exchange Private Board will have access to a reduced pool of Sophisticated Investors (as per Malaysian regulations). Private companies are less heavily regulated and don’t have to provide performance reports.

To list on Fusang Exchange Private Board, issuers are required to have a minimum capital of USD1m and market capitalisation of at least USD5m.

Issuers will need to submit the following documents (additional documents will be requested depending on the companies’ structure):

Listing Application Form
Business Plan

Business activities description, business prospects, security aspects in terms of potential profits and losses

Corporate Documentation

Certificate of incorporation, register of members, register of directors, memorandum of articles association, organizational structure

Prospectus (offering memorandum)
Financial Documentation

Audited financial statements, financial projections

Management Team Profiles
Applicant Issuer Declaration

Issuance fees:  USD 1,500 per month

Transaction Fee:  1% of raise 

Initial Listing Fee: 10 bps of market cap 

Ongoing Listing Fee : USD 1,500 per month

Rebate : 10% of trading revenue rebated in FSC tokens on listing 

Who can Tokenise?

Pre-IPO companies

Established companies can reduce fundraising costs and operational burden of traditional IPOs, and provide liquidity to investors

Private Growth companies

Growth companies can raise capital more easily as issued security tokens can find liquidity on a licensed exchange

Start-ups

Highly competent founders can fund innovative businesses and products with market-valued security tokens on a licensed exchange

Funds

Funds or investment vehicles, especially close-ended ones, can provide liquidity to investors

Real estate

Real estate ownership can be fractionised with improved transaction management and liquidity

Illiquid/exotic assets

Fine art, diamonds and sporting rights can be tokenised to facilitate trades, liquidity and information transparency

The Fusang Listing Steps

A complete end-to-end solution. We are much more than a trading floor. We will do all the work and help launch your product with ease.

Onboarding

We’ll do a deep dive into your business to craft a customized listing strategy, targeted to your issuance needs.

Structuring

The Fusang team will guide you through every step of the legal structuring process, from designing your smart contract to completing the required regulatory filings.

Marketing

We’ll conduct thorough pre-market testing to gauge demand for the issuance and help you reach your intended supporters.

Listing

After your listing is cleared, we’ll handle tokenization, issuance and distribution so investors can start trading.

Custody

Our fully-licensed asset custody services allow you to protect your assets and maintain ongoing compliance.

FAQs

What is asset tokenization?

Asset tokenization is the process by which a company, called the issuer, creates digital tokens on the blockchain, which represent a right over this physical asset, which is then “wrapped” in a digital technology layer which allows for the ease of division of that asset, the trading as well as the settlement of that asset. When listed in a digital stock exchange or security token exchange, these tokens becomes tradable as digital shares or security tokens that represent ownership rights. This is called a security token offering (STO) and enables the issuer to raise capital by offering digital shares to a public or private market.

What type of assets can be tokenized and listed on Fusang Exchange?

Fusang can create and list digital shares of most of the real-world’s assets! These can be regulated financial instruments such as equities, bonds or funds (equity tokens, debt tokens, fund tokens) or tangible assets such as real estate, precious metals, fine arts, collectibles and even sports teams, racehorses, copyright to works of authorships or intellectual property... Opportunities are limitless! Therefore, tokenization opens the market to a whole new set of investors, allowing them to diversify their investment portfolios into asset classes previously well out of their reach. By building an ecosystem supporting STO listing and digital securities trading, Fusang aims to level the playing field and to revolutionize the investment market.

Why raise capital on Fusang Exchange rather than a traditional exchange?

Fusang Exchange is leading the revolution of traditionalfnancial institutions by leveraging the blockchain smart contract. As ablockchain-powered exchange, Fusang has significant benefits over traditionalfinancial institutions. Key benefits of tokenising assets and launching a STOrather than an IPO on a traditional exchange providing:As there’s no third party involved, and encrypted records oftransactions are shared across participants, there no need to question whetherinformation has been altered for personal benefit. Also, with the highest levelof data encryption, blockchain transaction records ensure all the documents andinformation is safe

Direct access to a wider investor base and increased market participation thanks to fractional ownership.

Faster and more efficient transactions with nearly instantaneous settlement.

Lower costs thanks to significantly improved efficiency of administrative processes provided by the blockchain infrastructure as smart contracts remove the need for intermediaries to handle transactions and, by extension, their associated time delays and fees is also eradicated.

Bolstered risk management and improved transparency. As there’s no third party involved, and encrypted records of transactions are shared across participants, there no need to question whether information has been altered for personal benefit. Also, with the highest level of data encryption, blockchain transaction records ensure all the documents and information is safe.

What is the difference between STO and ICO?

ICO (Initial CoinOffering) and STO (Security Token Offering) follow a similar process in which an investor receives a token representing his investment. But unlike an ICO coin or utility token that grant holders special access or promotions for future product or service launches, security token is backed by real-world asset value and provide holders legal ownerships of an underlying asset (eg:shares of a company, funds, property, fine art...).

The other key difference between STO and ICO is that ICOs are largely unregulated whereas STOs are introduced in a regulated environment and requires a company to do a lot of compliance work in advance. While anyone can launch and participate in an ICO, only fully compliant companies and known investors who has gone through a KYC process, can sell and buy securities tokens. As a result, STOs provide regulated offerings of projects generally more mature and trustworthy than those in the ICO sector, which guarantee the security of investors.

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