With flexible mandates and long-term horizons, family offices are increasingly looking for exposure to digital assets, but the sector is still clouded by volatility.
Investors tempted to utilise ETFs to access the cryptocurrency market are not necessarily getting what they might expect. The advice is timeless ... only invest what you can afford to lose.
Following China’s cryptocurrency ban, experts believe that Singapore is poised to take on a more prominent role in Asia’s digital assets space. Meanwhile, Hong Kong remains attractive for institutional investors.
August's most read: Ping An to add $7.7bn in real assets; Nippon Life's PRI appointment boosts Japan’s ESG push
Ping An to push forward with real asset investments despite headwind; Nippon Life's PRI appointment boosts Japan’s ESG push; how crypto firm licences could prompt investments; global asset owners' growing appetite for Chinese government bonds; rating agencies in China under pressure amid bond defaults; and more.
Richard Teng was employed at the Monetary Authority of Singapore for 13 years, and at the Singapore Exchange for seven.
Excited by the opportunities in disruptive technologies, the Singaporean investment group is taking a hands-on approach to blockchain.