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AMINA onboards clients for crypto financial services

Its initial product offering includes crypto ETPs, dual currency notes, and capital-protected notes.

AMINA (Hong Kong) Limited has begun onboarding clients for crypto-related financial services as part of the completion of its operational setup in Hong Kong.

The move enables institutional and professional investors to avail AMINA’s initial product offering, which includes crypto ETPs, dual currency notes, and capital-protected notes.

The group can conduct regulated activities in Hong Kong to deal in and distribute all securities, including virtual assets-related products, after receiving its licence from the Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) in November 2023.

The group also mentioned they will be adding more products in response to the demand for crypto-related financial services.

 

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