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Ledger Partners with Nomura and Global Advisors to ‘Pave the Way for Secure and Compliant Institutional Investment’

Adam James · May 16, 2018 · 3:00 pm

Helping institutional investors enter the cryptocurrency space has been the overriding theme of this year’s Consensus conference in New York City — and one such notable announcement is the partnership between Nomura, Ledger, and Global Advisors, who plan on building a secure digital asset custody solution. 

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Welcome, Institutions

In an effort to provide infrastructure and an operational framework to the overarching investment management industry, Nomura, Ledger, and Global Advisors are partnering to create Komainu — a project aimed at bringing together “the traditional and disruptive worlds of asset custody, paving the way for secure and compliant institutional investment in digital assets.”

According to an official news release, Komainu — which pulls expertise from the realms of “traditional banking, asset administration, fund management, trading, and digital asset security” — will afford institutional investors the ability to “embed or implement a consistent set of best practice standards with their businesses.”

The custody offering from the three major companies is squarely aimed at solving problems currently keeping institutional investors out of the

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