A potential US Bitcoin ETF signals a pivotal moment for the crypto industry, leading Bitcoin’s surge to a 17-month high. Its strong performance and anticipation of the 2024 Bitcoin halving are driving investment in the digital asset. This edition details how EquitiesFirst stands out as an alternative platform in providing crypto borrowing services to address rising demand.
As cryptocurrency continues to perform among the top asset classes in 2023, investors are increasingly seeking quality in the sector – from holding the largest coins in the largest exchanges to dealing with licensed counterparties. This volume highlights how EquitiesFirst’s crypto-backed financing offers investors a high-quality solution to raise capital by leveraging this bullish sector.
EquitiesFirst's financing model involves temporary share transfers as part of the loan process. This volume serves to provide updates on the latest data and insights, offering a comprehensive understanding of title transfers and the advantages of EquitiesFirst's lending model over traditional banks and other lenders.
As HNWI increases, the potential is there for External Asset Managers (EAM) to capture greater market share with their advantage of offering a wider range of products compared to private bankers. This volume elaborates how partnering with EquitiesFirst can reinforce EAMs’ strengths to stand out from the crowd.
An imbalanced growth rate between High-Net-Worth Individuals and private bank staff has made client management and retention challenging for private banks. As a result, they may opt to collaborate with service providers to cope with rising demand. This edition details how private banks can capture opportunities by offering HNWIs value-added services in partnership with EquitiesFirst.
Despite uncertainties in the market in the first half of 2023, the market has outperformed exceptions. In this edition, EquitiesFirst reviews changes in US CPI, manufacturing PMI, how interest rates have affected currencies and the rescue actions taken post bank collapses.