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What We Do
We operate in Fund Management, working alongside different financial operators, and Wealth Management, providing a large variety of strategies based on selected risk profile and various investment categories.
We provide a full range of services to both corporate and private equity clients.
Our team provides sales, trading and corporate broking/finance.
We offer crowdfunding service through our partner platform.
Euronext Listing Sponsor
We assist and support a company in the preparatory activities for admission on Euronext market.
On 14th February 2020, we have been awarded by the Euronext Board with a Listing Sponsor accreditation.
The acronym stands for Special Purpose Acquisition Company. It is also known as a “blank check” shell company as it has no business operation. The aim is to raise funds through an initial public offering (IPO) and to merge with an already operational private company in order to bring them publicly listed on the stock market.
London, UK – Aleph Finance and SupraFin are please to announce they have entered into a strategic partnership for cryptoasset financial promotion approval in the UK. The strategic partnership combines Aleph Finance’s experience in the UK and European financial industry and regulatory landscape and SupraFin’s crypto risk and investment intelligence expertise.
The Chairman of Pairstech/Aleph Finance/Chapterhouse Capital London UK (Great Britain) Waheed Qaiser shared his comments on the visit of President Shavkat Mirziyoyev to Saudi Arabia with Dunyo news agency.
Portfolios & Market Update
In November 2023, the US economy saw an increase of 199,000 jobs, which was a significant improvement from the 150,000 jobs added in October and surpassed the anticipated market forecast of 180,000. However, this was the second month in a row where the number of jobs added fell short of the yearly average monthly increase of 240,000, indicating a potential deceleration in the job market.
In the third quarter of 2023, the US economy saw a robust annualized growth of 5.2%. This surpassed market predictions of 5% and showed a considerable increase from the 2.1% growth in Q2. This is the most vigorous expansion since the last quarter of 2021. The nonresidential investment was adjusted upwards to a 1.3% increase, contrary to the initial 0.1% decrease. This was due to a less severe decline in equipment (-3.5% vs the initial -3.8%) and a significant 6.9% surge in structures, compared to the initial 1.6%.
During the FOMC meeting of November 1st emerged that interest rates were raised in the last year to counter inflation and bring it back to 2%. This policy was successful in 2023, with increases stopping in July and two consecutive periods of unchanged rates between 5.25% and 5.50%. On the other hand, recent inflation data show a deceleration in the consumer price index, with a lower-than-expected increase (“Consumer price inflation remained elevated but continued to show signs of slowing”). This had raised hopes for possible rate cuts as early as May 2024, but it seems that it will not be so.