GenTwo and join forces

Zurich/Baar ZG – Fintech GenTwo, which specializes in the securitization of assets, has entered into a strategic partnership with stock exchange trader Both companies want to expand their expertise in the field of digital assets.

The Zurich-based fintech GenTwo has entered into a strategic partnership with, which is based in the canton of Zug. The merger is intended to build on the strengths of both companies and expand their portfolios, according to a press release. To this end, GenTwo will transfer its exchange trading of digital assets to, which was launched by the Apex Group and specializes in the trading of exchange trade products (ETPs). In return, GenTwo receives the business with securitized assets (Actively Managed Certificates, AMC) from

This specialization allows customers of the respective partner quick access to its portfolio. The market expertise of both partners will also be strengthened. The collaboration is specifically aimed at trading and managing digital assets.

"We are very pleased to be working with and the Apex Group, enabling our clients to benefit from their unique expertise in the issuance of ETPs," Philippe A. Naegeli, co-founder and CEO of GenTwo, is quoted in the press release. "This is another milestone in our mission to support portfolio diversification through assetization and enable investors worldwide to invest in what they believe in."

"GenTwo is a true pioneer in the AMC space, and this is a great opportunity to partner with them on unique AMC and ETP offerings. Promoting customized financial products for a wide range of investors is our shared vision," said Bruce Jackson, CFA, Chief of Digital Asset Funds and Business at Apex Group and Director of ce/eb

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