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Private German Bank to Launch Cryptocurrency Fund

Hauck & Aufhauser is launching a cryptocurrency fund in January 2021.

Dec 3, 2020 at 2:52 p.m. UTC
Updated Sep 14, 2021 at 10:37 a.m. UTC

Private German bank Hauck & Aufhauser is launching a cryptocurrency fund in January 2021.

  • According to an announcement on Thursday, the HAIC Digital Asset Fund will be aimed at institutional clients and hold a number of cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin, ether and stellar. The minimum investment will be €200,000 (US$243,000).
  • Frankfurt-headquartered Hauck & Aufhauser said it has seen digital assets and cryptocurrencies become increasingly attractive to institutional investors.
  • The fund managers will take a passive investment strategy while the cryptocurrency allocation will be based on the current market capitalization.
  • The bank is teaming up with the custody arm of Berlin-based fintech company Kapilendo, which will manage the secure storage of the crypto assets in the fund.
  • The crypto fund is one of the first to be launched by a private bank for high-net-worth individuals and institutional investors.

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