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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.
Listing of SPAC Distoken Acquisition Corp on Nasdaq
On February 15, 2023 the SPAC Distoken Acquisition Corp (Bloomberg Ticker DISTU US) got listed on Nasdaq, marking the reopening of the SPAC market after
Press Release – Aleph Finance attends CoFiP V National Congress
AlephFinance has taken part as sponsor in the Fifth National Congress organized by CoFIP (Associazione Consulenti Finanziari Professionisti).
Press Release – Aleph Finance sponsors Unicorn Pitches
Aleph Finance is pleased to be a sponsor of the Unicorn Pitches Italian Innovative Start-ups, part of the World Largest Startup Pitch Contest where famous international VCs and Business Angels meet extraordinary startups from all over the world!
Portfolios & Market Update
Our Portfolios & Market Update February 2023
Our ETFs & Funds Portfolios and Global Markets (Equities, commodities, bonds, currencies) updates.
The market has been shaken by recent events in the banking sector, with the solvency problems of some US regional banks and the UBS takeover of Credit Suisse.
The financial turmoil caused by the failures of the Silicon Valley Bank and the Signature Bank has led to a repricing of expectations of rate hikes by central banks. Fear of bank contagion was fueled by the news of Credit Suisse teetering.
Market Lights – The Stuck Powell
For the Federal Reserve, the choice had always been: to raise rates aggressively to beat inflation, or to do it more gently to avoid a recession?