CoinShares Dives into the US with Investment Opportunities 

New Hedge Fund division will offer crypto assets to U.S. investors.

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  • CoinShares launched a new hedge fund division for investors.
  • The division will offer a range of investment products.
  • CoinShares’ subsidiary will offer marketing services to the division’s investors.

In response to the growing need for actively managed solutions in the evolving crypto industry, CoinShares, a European alternative asset management company, announced a new addition to its hedge fund divisions.

The New Division

In a tweet addressing its users on September 22nd, CoinShares unveiled its new hedge fund division, CoinShares Hedge Fund Solutions.

Led by Lewis Fellas, the division will offer exposure to the crypto landscape and a range of private investment products to qualified investors in the United States, marking a first in the firm’s history. 

Fallas emphasized, “The design of our strategies reflects the team’s deep and practical knowledge of digital assets and showcases the firm’s ability to develop new products that meet the demands of institutional investors.” 

He noted that the product offerings aim to mitigate risks associated with crypto assets, providing investors with defined strategy exposures. 

Speaking on the expansion, CoinShares’ CEO, Jean-Marie Mognetti, explained that the new division is the latest step in CoinShares’ commitment to delivering a premium experience to its investors.  “We are delighted to enrich our long-only asset management offerings by returning to our core founding program,” she added, reaffirming the firm’s commitment to becoming the top choice for institutions in the digital assets realm.

As a part of the new hedge fund’s strategies and products, CoinShares Capital LLC, a registered broker-dealer and subsidiary of CoinShares, will offer marketing activities to the firm’s U.S. investors.

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