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Fineqia develops crypto ETF capability with global index provider FTSE Russell

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Fineqia International has announced that its subsidiary, Fineqia AG, is working with global index provider FTSE Russell.

The firm writes that the relationship will enable Fineqia to have access to FTSE Russell’s comprehensive indexing and analytics capabilities, allowing the company to further enhance the transparency, liquidity, and accessibility of its ETPs.

“We are thrilled to be developing our product set with FTSE Russell, as a company that shares our commitment to innovation and high standards of governance,” says Fineqia’s Chief Strategy Officer, Michael Coletta. “This collaboration will allow us to provide top-quality opportunities that meet the highest standards of transparency and security.”

Kristen Mierzwa, Head of Digital Assets at FTSE Russell, adds: “Fineqia’s focus on ETPs aligns with our mission to provide investors with reliable, comprehensive, and innovative tools to make informed decisions. We are excited to support Fineqia in its efforts to bring increased transparency and accessibility to the digital asset market.”

Fineqia writes that its use of FTSE Russell indices is expected to significantly enhance the transparency and liquidity of its digital asset investment products, enhancing the company’s position as a leader in institutional quality investment solutions. The binding agreement between FTSE Russell and Fineqia was signed on April 21, 2023.

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