UAE Corinthian digital assets management signs LOI with MainBloq
Corinthian is opening its first hedge fund in digital assets, Chiron, to external investment in March 2022.
UAE Corinthian Digital Asset Management, has signed a letter of Intent ( LOI) with MainBloq, the digital asset trading division of Fernhill Corp ) to provide Corinthian with algorithmic digital asset trading services.
Corinthian Digital Asset Management, a global digital asset manager based out of UAE with offices in London and Switzerland, was organized by ex JP Morgan and Credit Suisse fund managers, Paul Frost-Smith and his partner Jerome Dupuy.
MainBloq, a groundbreaking digital asset trading platform serving both banks and hedge funds has signed a letter of intent with Corinthian to deliver automated algorithmic trading, smart order routing, and customized trading solutions to optimize trading performance across multiple fund strategies.
“I’ve known Paul and Jerome for a couple years now and worked with them at their prior company, Argentium. They are two outstanding leaders and we all have a shared vision for what we can do together and believe this is the beginning of a long and fruitful venture together,” said Ryan Kuiken, Founder and CEO of MainBloq.
“Corinthian is a great relationship to establish for MainBloq and we’re honored to work with them and be recognized by globally known fund managers as the solution to drive their digital asset algorithmic trading strategies. As we continue to expand upon MainBloq’s market presence, working with world-class hedge funds and financial institutions, like Corinthian, will be our core area of focus,” stated Chris Kern, Fernhill’s Chairman.
UAE based Corinthian is an advisor to digital asset management companies globally. It is opening its first hedge fund in digital assets, Chiron, to external investment in March 2022. Chiron runs a core portfolio of Thematic Long/Short crypto outperformance strategies, coupled with an opportunistic trading approach to relative value opportunities in the crypto markets.