Institutional Crypto Exposure Hits 51%, Goldman Sachs Study Shows
Out of 172 institutional clients surveyed, leading global investment bank, Goldman Sachs found out that 51% of them had crypto exposure, according to a report published by Arcane Research.
The survey noted that institutional interest in cryptocurrencies was witnessing strong growth because crypto exposure rose from 40% in 2021 to 51% in 2022.
Source: Arcane Research
Furthermore, this growth is expected to increase. Per the report:
“Of the 172 surveyed clients, 60% responded that they expect to increase their digital asset holdings in the next one to two years.”
Goldman Sachs eyes rolling out crypto investment services
Goldman Sachs has been gearing up for the crypto space in recent weeks, given that its website is giving digital assets a keen eye.
The newly appointed global head of digital assets at Goldman’s private wealth management division, March Rich, recently disclosed that the bank was considering availing a “full-spectrum” of crypto investments through derivatives, physical Bitcoin, or traditional investment vehicles.
Therefore, Goldman Sachs is edging closer to rolling out its first investment vehicles for crypto assets for clients in its private wealth management group.
“Some Goldman clients feel like we’re sitting at the dawn of a new Internet in some ways and are looking for ways to participate in this space.”
“We are working closely with teams across the firm to explore ways to offer thoughtful and appropriate access to the ecosystem for private equity clients, and that is something we look forward to delivering in the near term.”
The bank recently disclosed that it was looking at ways of meeting increasing client demand to own and invest in Bitcoin while still staying on the right side of the law, Blockchain.News reported.
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