Company A announces its intention to raise 2 Billion USD by way of rights issue. Because this is a voluntary action, Company A needs to ensure that complete details of the offer are sent to shareholders in real time, regardless of how many intermediaries are involved in the process (such as receiving/paying agents, CSD, ICSD, local/global custodian banks, asset management firms, etc). Once a shareholder has made a decision, that decision will also be processed and settled (including the new issuance of shares) in real time. If a shareholder sold its rights to a third party, the securities depository must be able to record the new shares under the name of their new rightful owner.
Direct communication with asset owners – ability to allow authorized parties to connect with asset owners without going through third parties.
Selective Dissemination of Information – ability to alert asset owners of corporate action events, and provide them necessary information and mechanism for them to perform follow up action.
Ability to transact actions － Be able to transact actions made by asset owners back to asset issuer promptly and securely.
Confidentiality of actions – Asset owners shall be able to take actions without fearing their identity being exposed, or fear coercion or retribution based on their actions.
Confidentiality of user information - Allow users to put confidential information on blockchain (such as their contact information and payment information), and such information can only be read/decrypted by authorized entities