Capital Funds

Capital funding is the provision of money, either through debt or equity, for a company’s operations. Previously, a company’s capital structure could be determined by examining its liabilities and shareholder equity as stated on its balance sheet. However, the emergence of tokens and decentralized autonomous organizations (DAOs) has introduced an alternative approach, where companies or organizations can issue tokens instead of relying on traditional capital funds. It is important to note that global regulators have clarified that tokens are not considered securities, which means they do not have the same rights and protections under the securities act.

There are various ways in which a company can raise capital funds, including issuing stocks, issuing debt, or issuing tokens.

Varit Bulakul, the president of investment banking and digital assets at The Brooker Group, a publicly listed financial consultancy and capital management company based in Thailand, has played a crucial role in the company’s transition to digital assets. Varit is driving the company’s vision of integrating the digital asset ecosystem into the traditional financial services sector. The Brooker Group holds the distinction of being the first publicly listed company to directly invest in DeFi and DApps projects.

Prior to joining The Brooker Group, Varit worked as an auditor at Deloitte in Bangkok. He holds a BA in science in accounting and finance from Lehigh University and a master’s degree in accounting from Boston College.

Capital Funds

Capital funding is the provision of money, either through debt or equity, for a company’s operations. Previously, a company’s capital structure could be determined by examining its liabilities and shareholder equity as stated on its balance sheet. However, the emergence of tokens and decentralized autonomous organizations (DAOs) has introduced an alternative approach, where companies or organizations can issue tokens instead of relying on traditional capital funds. It is important to note that global regulators have clarified that tokens are not considered securities, which means they do not have the same rights and protections under the securities act.

There are various ways in which a company can raise capital funds, including issuing stocks, issuing debt, or issuing tokens.

Varit Bulakul, the president of investment banking and digital assets at The Brooker Group, a publicly listed financial consultancy and capital management company based in Thailand, has played a crucial role in the company’s transition to digital assets. Varit is driving the company’s vision of integrating the digital asset ecosystem into the traditional financial services sector. The Brooker Group holds the distinction of being the first publicly listed company to directly invest in DeFi and DApps projects.

Prior to joining The Brooker Group, Varit worked as an auditor at Deloitte in Bangkok. He holds a BA in science in accounting and finance from Lehigh University and a master’s degree in accounting from Boston College.

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