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SEBA Bank launches "Discretionary Mandates" to support investors in their strategic asset allocation for digital assets

Friday, February 05, 2021
Opalesque Industry Update - SEBA Bank, a FINMA licenced Swiss Bank providing a seamless, secure and easy-to-use bridge between digital and traditional assets, announced that discretionary mandates are added to their suite of investment solutions. This unique offering from a fully regulated Swiss Bank complements SEBA Bank's product shelf of single crypto trackers, yield enhancement products and the successful SEBAX Crypto Asset Select Index.

For professional and institutional investors entering the market, an optimal fit of their risk profile and investment needs is critical - and best served by discretionary mandates. Mandates on digital assets are a natural extension of SEBA Bank´s asset management capabilities and a testament to SEBA Bank´s mission to serve as a secure and convenient bridge into the digital asset world.

The one of a kind SEBA Research unit applies the highest standards and complies with the Swiss Bankers Association research guidelines. Digital assets are selected according to a rigorous process combining quantitative metrics and in-depth qualitative analysis. The value accrual mechanism, tokenomics and the underlying protocol play a central role in this process. The combination of asset management and a unique research dedicated to digital assets offers SEBA Bank an edge in this emerging asset class.

Stefan Schwitter, Head Investment Solutions SEBA Bank says "Many investors are looking to build strategic exposure to digital assets as the unique performance drivers and significant diversification benefits are compelling. We are very pleased to leverage our asset management and regulated research expertise by offering our client customized discretionary mandate portfolios. "

Yves Longchamp, Head Research SEBA Bank adds, "Investors interest in digital assets is growing rapidly. Many want to benefit from custom solutions and to go beyond bitcoin. SEBA Bank´s unique discretionary mandates offer investors bespoke access to the return drivers and diversification benefits of this new asset class. We are pleased to provide our expertise in digital assets to build exposure in this new asset class."

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