CoinShares Expands its Operations in the EU by Acquiring Napoleon Asset Management

The Autorite des Marches Financiers approved the acquisition of Napoleon Asset Management by CoinShares, a digital asset investment company. CoinShares will be able to offer services as an Alternative Investment Fund Manager (AIFM), and Exchange-Traded Products to the European Union.

The green light has been granted

CoinShares purchased Napoleon Crypto SAS, a French fintech company, and its subsidiaries at the end of November 2013. According to the latter, the employees of Napoleon Crypto SAS and its subsidiaries will be part of CoinShares’ family upon closing the deal and will work under the rules and market infrastructure.

The digital asset management company announced the acquisition of Napoleon Asset Management, a company that offers cryptocurrency solutions to professional investors. As the agreement was signed and finalized at the end June, France’s top monetary watchdog gave its approval.

CoinShares offers many services in the field of digital assets, including exposure to Exchange-Traded Products. The company’s recent initiative raised hopes that it can offer its expertise to an increasing number investors in the European Union.

Jean-Marie Mognetti, the Chief Executive Officer of CoinShares, argued that regulations must be enacted to ensure the safety and security of cryptocurrency. He assured CoinShares that it had gone through all the regulatory processes before he signed the deal.

“Bringing the company to our group is another step towards investor protection. We are proud that we are one of the most well-regulated digital asset investment companies in the industry.

“CoinShares’ regulated status in increasing numbers of jurisdictions is one its principal strengths. It reassures clients and shows our plans to lead Europe’s digital assets sector,” said the executive.

Jean-Charles Dudek, CEO of Napoleon Asset Management, stated that while the agreement was highly anticipated, it was “necessary to await consideration and approval of the AMF’s change of control.” He added that this will help strengthen the ties between the entities.

The Crypto Drawback has an impact on CoinShares’ results

CoinShares is one of many firms that have been affected by the decline in digital asset markets. In the first three months 2022, CoinShares’ total revenue was $35 million. This compares to the close to $50 million generated during Q1,2021.

In addition, the adjusted earnings before interest taxes, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA), plunged by more than 45% over that time, reaching $22 million, compared to $41 millions a year earlier.

CoinShares’ assets under management (AUM), as of 31 March 2022 was around $5 billion. A year later, they were $4.4 billion.

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