Partnering with leaders in indexing and asset management.
Crypto challengers aren’t the only ones redefining the future of asset allocation. Traditional players are making moves in this space, and we’ve partnered with several leading firms to help them drive digital assets forward.
The Bloomberg Galaxy family of digital asset indices launched in 2018 with the Bloomberg Galaxy Crypto Index. Since then, the number of indices has grown to bring trusted data, reliable technology, and best-in-class research across the crypto space.
CI Global Asset Management
We partnered with CI Global Asset Management to launch ETFs focused on investment opportunities across crypto and blockchain technology. CI Galaxy ETFs trade on the Toronto Stock Exchange and offer exposure to digital megatrends transforming society today.
DWS Asset Management
We formed a strategic alliance with DWS Asset Management to create and distribute digital asset exchange-traded products (ETPs) and other asset management solutions in Europe. Our mission is to empower investors across the globe with simple and secure access to the digital asset ecosystem, through best-in-class education and institutional-grade products.
We formed a strategic partnership with Invesco ETFs in 2021 to develop a comprehensive suite of US-listed, physically backed digital asset ETFs. This alliance of market-leading capabilities will offer long-term allocators an unparalleled combination of educational resources and investment solutions.
Itaú Asset Management
We formed a strategic partnership with Itaú Asset Management to develop a comprehensive suite of Brazilian-listed, physically backed, digital asset exchange-traded funds. Our shared mission is to satisfy the strong demand in the region for high-quality education and access to the growing crypto economy.
We established our partnership with VettaFi (formerly Alerian), the pioneering index provider, in 2021. Together we launched the Alerian Galaxy Global Blockchain Indexes and Alerian Galaxy Global Cryptocurrency-Focused Blockchain Indexes.