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VP Bank Consolidates Digital Asset Custody and Tokenization operations on Metaco Harmonize

Metaco, the leading provider of digital asset technology infrastructure to regulated financial institutions, has partnered with VP Bank, one of the largest private banks in Liechtenstein. The collaboration leverages Metaco’s flagship platform, Harmonize(TM), to allow VP Bank the optionality to expand its digital asset custody and tokenization services beyond art and physical collector items, such as being able to support tokenized financial assets or minting, burning and storage of tokens.

With six locations across important financial centers in Europe, Asia and BVI, and over 46 billion CHF in assets under management at the end of 2022, VP Bank is a globally recognized leader in bespoke and innovative investment and asset management solutions for private clients and HNWIs. Pioneered since 2021, VP Bank’s digital asset strategy initially envisioned the tokenization and custody of collectible physical assets such as jewels, paintings, watches and sculptures — creating a future-oriented offering combined with the customary security standards of a regulated bank. To continue executing on its strong client demand momentum, VP Bank required scalable and secure digital asset IT infrastructure that allows it to exploit new business opportunities when issuing, holding and managing digital assets on behalf of its clients.

Following a diligent selection process, VP Bank has selected Metaco as its preferred digital asset custody and orchestration technology partner, uniquely meeting the bank’s stringent requirements for institutional-grade key management and smart contract governance capabilities, as it seeks to expand its tokenization of digital and real-world assets in a highly scalable and secure manner, while remaining fully compliant with the regulations of the Token and Trusted Technology Service Provider Act (TVTG)*. The unique orchestration capabilities and policy framework governing all digital asset interactions with liquidity venues, decentralized finance applications and other third-party systems were among other critical criteria in the selection process.

After a successful five-month modernization project, VP Bank now consumes Metaco Harmonize(TM) as a managed service, fully integrated into the bank’s core banking system. By consolidating its digital asset technology landscape to a single, mission-critical custody and tokenization platform to secure and govern its operations end-to-end, VP Bank is able to take its commercial offerings to the next level and scale to millions of custody accounts, protected by the ultimate combination of multi-party computation and hardware encryption technologies, without the overhead requirements of internally managing any physical infrastructure.

Marcel Fleisch, Chief Product Officer at VP Bank commented: “At VP Bank, we are committed to rethink wealth management by combining traditional banking with digital ecosystems to create whole new services and opportunities for our clients. By partnering with Metaco to offer a secure and scalable platform to tokenize and custody all types of financial, digital and real-world assets, we take a new major step towards building VP Bank’s foundation of the future.”

Seamus Donoghue, Chief Growth Officer at Metaco also added: “We are proud that VP Bank, one of the largest banks in Liechtenstein and a future oriented bank for private clients and intermediaries, is now relying on Metaco Harmonize to scale its digital asset custody and tokenization services. The bank-grade orchestration capabilities of the Harmonize platform enables the secure management of a range of digital asset use cases, allowing banks and financial institutions to satisfy demand for new asset classes and expand their business model in any direction.”


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