Crypto Asset Corporate Treasury Services
For companies that want to diversify investments and hedge against inflation by holding cryptocurrency as a treasury reserve.
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Integrated custody, enhanced security, best-in-market insurance, registered with AUSTRAC, multi-user access and governance controls.
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We specialise in executing large trades with deep liquidity.
Safely buy and sell cryptocurrencies and access wholesale cryptocurrency funds and portfolios. Our investment team and wealth platform provide frictionless access, deep liquidity and premium services.
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Secure your assets
Safely store and access your assets, utilising our best-in-class MPC technology with market-leading insurance
Manage your portfolio
Build a balanced portfolio of digital assets. Invest directly from the platform.
Track your returns
View your NAV over time, with reporting on underlying digital asset performance and interest earned via our yield products.
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Corporate treasury services refer to the financial management functions of a company, which include:
Cash management: This includes managing a company’s cash flow, forecasting future cash needs, and making decisions about how to invest surplus cash.
Risk management: This includes identifying and managing various types of financial risks, such as currency risk, interest rate risk, and credit risk.
Financing: This includes arranging for debt and equity financing, such as issuing bonds or shares, and managing relationships with lenders and investors.
Capital structure management: This includes managing a company’s debt-to-equity ratio, and making decisions about the optimal mix of debt and equity financing.
Investment management: This includes managing a company’s investments in various assets, such as stocks, bonds, and real estate, and making decisions about how to allocate funds among different investment options.
Foreign exchange management: This includes managing a company’s exposure to currency risk, and making decisions about when and how to buy or sell foreign currencies.
Liquidity management: This includes managing a company’s short-term financial needs, and making decisions about how to meet those needs, such as through borrowing or by selling assets.
Treasury operations: This includes the day-to-day management of a company’s financial transactions, such as processing payments, reconciling bank accounts, and managing cash balances.
Treasury technology: This includes the use of technology to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the treasury function, such as through the use of treasury management systems (TMS), automated bank account reconciliation, and cash forecasting tools.
Compliance and regulatory reporting: This includes ensuring that the company is compliant with various regulations and laws, such as tax laws, and filing required reports with government agencies.