Swiss fintech firm Stableton Financial has forged strategic partnership with compatriot GENTWO to make alternative assets more customisable, accessible and bankable.
Through this partnership, the two Swiss companies will aim to offer bankable and tailored access to alternative assets across liquid alternatives, private debt, private equity, and real estate.
Particularly, they will focus on underlyings which were not earlier not available to financial intermediaries and their customers because of their non-bankable form and difficultly in accessing them.
An underlying instrument is a security whose value determines the value of a derivative investment or product.
The collaboration will look to bring to market new, traditionally non-bankable strategies that were earlier out of reach for vast section of investors due to high investment minima, excessive paperwork, and high fees.
Stableton co-founder and managing partner Andreas Bezner said: “We believe that there is a need for a broader, more sophisticated toolset to generate returns in markets where interest rates linger around zero percent and equity prices are hitting at all-time highs.
“This is why we are delighted to partner with GENTWO. Their ability to efficiently securitise both bankable and non-bankable assets in a streamlined manner enables us to scale our alternative investments platform quickly.”
GENTWO co-founder and CEO Philippe Naegeli said: “Our mission is to build innovative platforms by making all asset classes bankable and manageable. GENTWO is excited to work with Stableton. Their platform allows for customisable alternative investment products at scale, and epitomises our thinking about financial markets.”
Stableton, till now, has made more than 13 alternative investment strategies accessible.
Stableton is platform for alternative investments and GENTWO is a securitisation specialist of next-generation financial products.