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Listen to the replay of a special interactive Investor Q&A featuring Marcos Veremis, Managing Director from Cambridge Associates. 

Marcos covered the following topics:

  • What appetite are you seeing from institutions for crypto?
  • How does that vary across investor types (pensions vs endowments vs family offices)?
  • What do you feel is the appropriate allocation to the asset class?
  • Can you provide any estimate on Institutional Investor activity in crypto?
  • How has that changed in 2018, 2019?
  • How do you measure this exposure and activity?
Who is Cambridge Associates?
Cambridge Associates is a privately held investment firm based in the United States. It provides investment portfolio management and advisory services to institutional investors, including foundations and endowments, pensions, private clients, and corporate and government entities. It currently has $389bn Assets Under Advisement and $30bn AUM. 

Back in February, Cambridge Associates released a research note "Cryptoassets: Venture into the Unknown" after a thorough process of careful research, consideration and scrutiny by its authors and management. In the note, they came to the conclusion: 

…in looking across the investment landscape, we see an industry that is developing, not faltering…Although the crypto industry remains in its infancy, we think institutional investors should begin exploring it…Though these investments entail a high degree of risk, some may very well upend the digital world.

The Q&A occurred on Monday, July 22. 

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