Zodia Markets announces AIMA membership

Zodia Markets, the digital asset exchange and brokerage backed by Standard Chartered Bank, has received its membership

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Zodia Markets, the digital asset exchange and brokerage backed by Standard Chartered Bank, has received its membership for the Alternative Investment Management Association (AIMA), the global representative for alternative asset managers.  

AIMA membership provides Zodia Markets the opportunity to be part of a quality network of investment managers, investors and service providers involved in alternative investments. Zodia Markets will be supporting the association to provide leadership in the industry on initiatives such as advocacy, policy and regulatory engagement, educational programmes, and sound practice guides. This participation aims to raise awareness with respect to digital assets and institutional market access.

Jack Inglis, CEO of AIMA said: “I am pleased to welcome Zodia Markets as a new member of AIMA. As an established institutional digital asset exchange and brokerage, backed by a leading international bank, Zodia Markets will be able to actively participate and provide valuable insights through AIMA’s Digital Asset Working Group, which aims to help with the development of sound practice and market standard setting encouraging robust risk management and transparency across the digital assets space.”

Michael Walsh, CEO of Zodia Markets Ireland, Head of Distribution, and former AIMA manager member said: “AIMA has been at the vanguard of investment management innovation and best practice for more than thirty years and we are proud to be members. We look forward to contributing to AIMA’s Digital Asset Working Group to help drive the industry forward and to being an integral part of the evolution and adoption of digital assets. “

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