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Sygnum report: Crypto asset allocation strategies

A comprehensive guide to understanding, sizing and implementing crypto asset allocations

Cryptocurrencies have been the best-performing asset class every year, bar two years, since the market’s advent over ten years ago, and in most years by a very long way. As the asset class grew and matured in terms of market structure and the underlying technology, institutional investors have started to embrace it.

Expectations of extraordinary returns over time from a megatrend based on the fastest growing technology in history, with a set of use cases still in the earliest stages, are leading many institutions to consider incorporating crypto assets in their portfolios.

However, there are many unanswered questions around how to approach a crypto asset allocation. This report aims to answer these questions and provide insights:

  • Should cryptocurrencies be treated as an asset class

  • What benefit do crypto assets bring to portfolios

  • How to approach allocating various segments of the crypto asset universe

  • Forecasting the parameters for asset allocation models

  • Methodologies for sizing the allocation to crypto assets

  • Issues around practical implementation

The Sygnum report Crypto Asset Allocation Strategies is available to professional and private qualified Swiss investors. For other updates on the digital asset markets, read our Insights articles here.

Disclaimer: This document was prepared by Sygnum Bank AG. This document may contain forward looking statements and may be subject to change. The opinions expressed herein are those of Sygnum Bank AG, its affiliates, and partners at the time of writing. The document is for informational purposes only and contains general material. It is for use by the recipient only. It does not constitute any advice or recommendation, an offer or invitation by or on behalf of Sygnum Bank AG to purchase or sell assets or securities. It is not intended to be used as a general guide to investing and should be used for informational purposes only. When making an investment decision, you should either conduct your own research and analysis or seek advice from an expert to make a calculated decision. The information and analyses contained in this document have been compiled from sources believed to be reliable. However, Sygnum Bank AG makes no representation as to its reliability or completeness and disclaims all liability for losses arising from the use of this information.

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