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Since the end of 2021, global financial markets have gone through turbulent times. With valuations tumbling over 60% compared to peak levels seen in 2021, crypto and blockchain markets were particularly affected. Despite these turbulences, crypto / blockchain has established itself as an essential part of professional and institutional investing (as our PwC Strategy& European Crypto Survey 2022 indicated, retail investors have embraced the opportunity even earlier). Across the globe, banks have been enhancing their crypto / blockchain offering for professional and institutional clients, adding products and services such as “institutional-grade” custody solutions, crypto funds, and mandates or derivatives.
For the Swiss market, recent studies indicate growing interest from banks in investing in crypto / blockchain ventures. These developments raise two fundamental questions:
In this report, we have surveyed banks as well as professional and institutional investors across the Swiss and Liechtenstein financial services sector to analyze their overall sentiment in relation to the crypto / blockchain asset class.
For this report, we have surveyed more than 35 banks as well as professional and institutional investors across the Swiss and Liechtenstein financial services sector (incl. family offices, pension funds, asset managers).
Jonas Heydasch co-authored this report.