Head of the Investment giant Alliance GI calls to the crypto-Prohibited
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Matthias Nemack –
To recognize a “good” example of this is that some big investment firm shall prefer claims on the policy, as opportunities, is the head of the company Allianz Global Investors. This requires currencies of the measures global regulators against Crypto and refers to the protection of investors.
A number of investors have lost money – a lot of won, but also
It is true that many investors have lost savings due to interim price slumps, Bitcoin and other tokens. However, investors is quite generally known, the risks characterized, such volatile financial products. Not to mention the huge profits, many investors through the timely buying and selling of currencies such as Ethereum or younger Offered, such as the Litecoin.
The company’s CEO required by the authorities even currency prohibitions
Andreas Utermann, chief character of the Investment-a Global Player, Allianz Global Investors is currently campaigning to ensure that Supervisory authorities will finally should be strict action against the digital currencies. He is, according to the media reports, so far, for bans. All around the world, such as from a speech today Utermanns. You need to know: Allianz Global Investors is not a company any investment. Rather, it is Europe’s no 1 in the area of asset management.
The British supervision wants to currently know nothing of Forbidden
Among the audience of business leaders, the head of the FCA, the UK financial supervision was reported to be. Agree both of them were the fact that crypto-currencies are basically worthless. FCA chief Andrew Bailey announced that, instead of Forbidden, but in the end, “only” stricter controls of the market, in particular with a view to ICOs, the issuance of new currencies or financial products, with a crypto-reference. In other countries, is already working on guidelines, such as, for example, in the Form of the introduction of reporting requirements for ICOs in Japan.