Hong Kong needs to attract and nurture professionals with expertise in ESG investing, Web 3.0, and relevant niche technologies, to counter the brain drain and establish itself as a family office hub, family offices said.
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Speculative fever in the crypto space has cooled but not disappeared as wealthy families seek value in more ‘grown-up’ uses of digital asset technology. Part two of a two-part report.
The busts rocking the digital asset industry have given family offices more, not less, impetus to enter the space. This is part one of a two-part report.
Private equity, digital assets and ESG are the focus for wealthy families while inflation is top threat, new study finds.
Family office investors in Australia, Hong Kong and Singapore are wading deeper into digital assets, but Australian pension funds remain focused on blockchain tech more broadly.
Institutional interest in cryptocurrency is undeniable, but myths around digital assets not being ESG friendly and its utility for money laundering continue to be blown out of proportion.
Asset owners, private and retail investors are still reeling from the volatile domino effects of the deeply interconnected crypto industry which saw $1.3 trillion of its total market cap wiped out this year.
A White House executive order to lay out a national policy for digital assets should help boost credibility for cryptocurrencies, but concerns that decentralised finance technology can help evade sanctions still lingers for policymakers and investors.
The Hong Kong-based bank has made its first purchase in the metaverse, joining peer, JP Morgan, as it makes inroads in the world of virtual assets.
Weekly investor roundup: Temasek leads $200 million round for digital assets firm; Hong Kong budget 2022-23
Temasek leads $200 million round for Amber Group; Hong Kong forecasts 2-3.5% GDP growth for fiscal 2022, with wealth connect enhancements and ETF-connect on the way; Australia's Future Fund implements sanctions on Russia as imposed by Australia, US and EU; and more.
The year 2021 was a big one for cryptocurrency, filled with new milestones and historical developments, but major asset owners are still keeping the emerging asset class at arm’s length.
Digital asset regulation is an ever-evolving area, but there are clues that give away the direction that regulators are taking.