Banco Santander has completed a blockchain pilot that it says improves the process of proxy voting during annual general meetings.
The investor services firm worked with Natixis and Societe Generale on the pilot, which was based on the Hyperledger Fabric codebase.
Investor services firm Broadridge piloted what it called its "first application of blockchain technology" in a high-profile test this week.
Global stockholder communication platform Broadridge is now building two blockchain-based proxy voting solutions, along with several other apps.
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The same week Broadridge invested $95m to build blockchain applications it hosted a breakfast with 50 of it clients including Credit Suisse and more.