Global Debt Registry Wins Asian Financial Society’s AFS Alpha Award

New York, NY, January 30, 2019 – Global Debt Registry, a leading provider of distributed ledger technology for the digital structured credit ecosystem, won the Asian Financial Society’s AFS Alpha Award for best fintech company. Global Debt Registry was selected by a panel of judges composed of venture capital executives and leaders in the asset and investment management technology industries from among five finalists.

Pictured L-R: Avery Starr (AFS, Committee Co-chair) Charlie Moore (CEO, Global Debt Registry), Arnold Chu (AFS, Committee Co-chair)

Pictured L-R: Avery Starr (AFS, Committee Co-chair) Charlie Moore (CEO, Global Debt Registry), Arnold Chu (AFS, Committee Co-chair)

Since the launch of its distributed ledger platform in 2018, Global Debt Registry has worked alongside large financial institutions to offer a more efficient and optimized environment for the structured credit market to transact. The company offers coverage across asset classes, including Auto, Student, Credit Card, Marketplace, and Equipment loans.

“We are excited that the judges agree with us on how transformative it is for the structured credit marketplace to manage assets digitally through the use of an immutable ledger,” said Charlie Moore, CEO of Global Debt Registry. “We’re humbled to be chosen from such a great roster of organizations and hope to continue this momentum as our company continues to grow.”

The Asian Financial Society bridges business opportunities between Asia and the United States promoting professional development through educational seminars and connecting entrepreneurs with industry leaders in the financial sector.

The awards ceremony took place on the evening of January 18, 2019.

About Global Debt Registry (“GDR”)
GDR is a private equity-backed fintech company that provides loan level management solutions for the structured credit markets utilizing the Hyperledger Fabric blockchain. GDR’s SOC1 & SOC2 compliant infrastructure helps to efficiently manage lending facilities from origin through securitization and enables lenders to attract more permanent capital. The company is led by a team of senior executives from Thomson Reuters, Credit Suisse, BlackRock, BNY Mellon and Barclays. For further information on the benefits of blockchain in structured credit. View our video breakdown at

Tom Basgil