Blockchain Technology in Fund Management

  • David Doe FiergborEmail author
Conference paper
Part of the Communications in Computer and Information Science book series (CCIS, volume 899)


Technological application in business is enormous as corporate institutions are striving to reduce operational cost and to maximize profit as well as to create enabling environment for efficiency and effectiveness. One of the disruptive technologies for business application is Blockchain Technology. Emerging markets are taking advantage of Blockchain technology’s integration and application in the financial service industry to break new grounds for better service delivery. The integration of Blockchain technology in fund management business would enhance data credibility, transparency, accuracy, accountability and immutability between fund managers and investors. This is due to the security features of data storage in Blockchain technology that make data alteration difficult. This paper discusses about the mutual funds management in Ghana. The paper also introduces the prospects of Blockchain Technology in Fund Management in Ghana.


Mutual funds Performance evaluation Blockchain technology Ethereum Smart city 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.KBF Centre for International StudiesBortianor - AccraGhana

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