Goldman Sachs to bring Bitcoin investment options for its clients

Goldman Sachs to allow its private wealth management division to invest in Bitcoin
  • Goldman Sachs will be offering Bitcoin investment instruments by the Q2 2021
  • The investment instrument will be offered to the financial bank’s private wealth management group
  • Mary Rich has been appointed as the global head of the digital assets for the bank’s private wealth management
  • Goldman has plans to offer a full spectrum of investments in Bitcoins and other digital assets

Goldman Sachs has plans to offer its first Bitcoin and altcoin wagon for its private wealth management group to jump in. According to the news outlet CNBC, Mary Rich has been promoted as the global head of digital assets for Goldman’s private wealth management division. The promotion was announced on Wednesday in an internal firm memo. According to Marry, Goldman aims to begin offering investments in the emerging asset class. However, the investment features will be included by Q2 2021.

Goldman Sachs is seeking to offer a full spectrum of investment

According to Mary, Goldman Sachs works closely with teams across the firm. Their motive is to explore ways to provide thoughtful and appropriate access to private wealth clients’ ecosystem. Moreover, they are planning to offer that shortly. Additionally, the bank is seeking to offer a full spectrum of investments in the leading crypto asset and other altcoins. However, that could be through the physical BTC, derivatives, or traditional investment instruments.

World’s preeminent banks’ clients will jump into the BTC market

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The latest move of Goldman Sachs is revealed after Morgan Stanley announced its acquiring of a stake in South Korea’s biggest crypto assets exchange. Simultaneously, following the moves of both the world’s most preeminent banks, we can deem that soon the banks’ clients will jump in the Bitcoin wagon. And those clients will have access to an asset class that has intrigued billionaires around the world. 

However, the moves of these banks are the latest signs of the staying power of the cryptocurrencies, and especially Bitcoin. Until now, many US banks had only hated Bitcoins considering the asset as highly speculative for clients. But now, the blockchain industry has capitulated since the latest boom in prices in the market.

Goldman’s clients might be able to invest in Bitcoin funds

According to Mary, Goldman Sachs may introduce Bitcoin investment funds following Morgan Stanley. Furthermore, besides the funds, the clients could get other ways that are more akin to the crypto asset, which trades 24/7 globally. Additionally, few funds like Galaxy Bitcoin Fund are only traded once per quarter, but the fund’s institutional fund can be liquidated every week. Following the facts, Goldman is in the process of securing approvals from regulators like the US SEC. However, we can witness with what pace the additions are happening, and it’s impressive to see how fast individuals are getting into the BTC ecosystem.

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Ahtesham Anishttp://www.thecoinrepublic.com
Ahtesham Anis is a Computer Science undergrad student currently based out of India. Coming from the business background and his keen interest in Cryptocurrency and Blockchain technology is what Ahtesham brings to the table. He is always an eager learner when it comes to exploring the new technologies and topics in the crypto world.

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