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|... now choosing to enter the market. "Factors like the new regulation by AUSTRAC, emerging ETFs and crypto hedge funds, new bitcoin futures, and the growing mainstream acceptance of bitcoin as an asset have given institutional and SMSF investors a level ...|
|The latest Financial Standard spot poll result sees an end to the bitcoin bubble in 2018. About 40% of respondents are betting the days of the bitcoin phenomenon are numbered, while 29% predict Australia will lift interest rates by 25 percentage points. ...|
|... technology. They're usually sold to investors by auction or through subscription in return for a cryptocurrency such as bitcoin or ether. IOSCO points out the transaction can also be in exchange for government-backed or official fiat currency such as ...|
|... Arians and expert analyst Tim Johnston, alongside Wall Street finance veteran Henrik Andersson and chief executive of bitcoin.com.au Rupert Hackett. An Apollo statement said: "With two decades of crypto experience between them as well as subject matter ...|
|... the launch of deVere Crypto which will allow users to store, transfer and exchange five major cryptocurrencies including bitcoin and ethereum. The announcement came on the same day prices for almost all digital currencies fell; bitcoin dropped below ...|
|A US-based global provider of online trading services is introducing its bitcoin offering to Australian retail and institutional investors. The GAIN Capital service will allow investors to trade bitcoin as either an over-the-counter (OTC) derivative ...|
|... commence trading on 1 January 2018 with a minimal investment of US$100,000. The launch coincides with news that the price of Bitcoin plummeted on Tuesday by 15% to US$15,580 when a rival exchange, Coinbase, announced it would be making the buying, selling ...|
|... are beginning to see dramatic changes in the financial industry in Asia Pacific as the disruptive forces of blockchain, bitcoin and fintech begin to take hold. We believe journalists play a vital role in helping everyone keep informed of the latest developments ...|
|... investing in virtual currency. An overwhelming number of respondents (63%) have no plans to trade in cryptocurrency such as bitcoin and ethereum. A small number (17%) however, are curious about digital currency and plan to transact in some form of cryptocurrency ...|
|... example, is an artificial intelligence system that answers simple business queries via data analysis. Another is Coinbase, a bitcoin wallet and platform where merchants and consumers can transact.|
The financial adviser population has reverted to the pre-financial services Royal Commission days, ending at 20,667 in the first quarter of 2021.
Local institutional investors appointed 313 mandates totaling $43 billion in 2020, down from $51 billion the year before, according to Rainmaker's latest Mandate Chaser report.
In the latest of many executive exits, AMP Capital has confirmed its head of real estate distribution has departed after more than a decade with the company.
A defined benefit fund with $77 million in funds under management is completing a successor fund transfer to a Mercer subplan.
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