Investment advisor Monfort AG launches digital asset trading platform

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“Our platform is intended to create new avenues for digital asset management by implementing modern and simple instruments to ensure successful trading and portfolio management for all our customers.”

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Monfort AG has made its digital asset trading platform available to business users and institutions in eligible jurisdictions within Europe, Asia, Africa, and Latin America.

The cryptocurrency specialist headquartered in Zug, Switzerland, leverages asset management tools in the blockchain space with regulatory compliance frameworks, giving institutional investors access to low-cost transactions and greater liquidity.

Crypto trading is growing at a staggering rate

Monfort AG provides several services in the field of digital assets, including OTC trading, managing investment portfolios, and developing and implementing strategies to help businesses generate income.

Trading instruments can be applied to a variety of asset classes and can be employed by investment companies of different levels of expertise.

Alexander Denisov, Partner of Montfort AG, said: “With the disruption of technology and booming interest in blockchain and other novel financial instruments, the demand for digital asset consulting and trading is growing at a staggering rate.

“Our platform is intended to create new avenues for digital asset management by implementing modern and simple instruments to ensure successful trading and portfolio management for all our customers.”

Founded in 2021, Monfort AG is a newborn but it has quickly spread its wings to reach the many regions across the globe, from the EU, Asia, Africa, and Latin America.

Monfort offers consulting services and management of digital assets and develops hardware and software solutions for the digital asset space, with the newly launched trading platform being an example of that.

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Investment advisor focused on digital assets and cryptocurreny

Montfort AG offers three distinct, customizable strategies for institutional investors. Its USD-denominated market neutral strategy provides investors with consistent low volatility returns by utilizing in-house proprietary arbitrage algorithms to capitalize on market inefficiencies within digital asset market. The strategy’s uncorrelated returns on the digital asset market makes it an excess source for alpha.

The firm also boasts a Bitcoin denominated strategy that utilizes arbitrage, mean-reversion, momentum, and trend following components in order to provide superior risk adjusted returns for investors that are seeking bitcoin accumulation.

Monfort also features a DeFi solutions, combining multiple strategies that typically invest in 10-15 liquid tokens at any point in time, while performing fundamental and risk analysis.

The strategies are predominantly driven by discretionary and quantitative strategies focused on decentralized finance and adjacent assets. The DeFi portfolio includes Uniswap, Binance, Aave, Avalanche, Polkastarter, and Solana.

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