GENTWO is a subject-matter expert when it comes to next-generation structured products. This time it’s about TokenSuisse’s partnership with GENTWO Digital.
GENTWO asked their partners to share their perspective on collaborating with them in creating next-generation structured products. Hear what TokenSuisse AG has to say about working with GENTWO Digital:
“GENTWO’s setup is flexible, fast and cost-efficient and provides real added value to our clients”, says Alain Kunz, CEO, and founder of TokenSuisse. Just click "play" below to watch the interview.
More about Alain Kunz, CEO & Founder of the Blockchain & Crypto-Asset-Management Company TokenSuisse AGTokenSuisse AG was founded almost two years ago as Coinlab Capital AG, is a proven and recognized expert on the national and international blockchain scene. He enjoys sharing his knowledge with a wider audience and is convinced that Blockchain will change our world like no other technology before. He was recently quoted in the Financial Times, Neue Zürcher Zeitung CNN Money Switzerland, NZZ am Sonntag, Sonntagszeitung, Handelszeitung, Finanz und Wirtschaft, Le Temps and L’Agefi and was invited by the OECD as an expert to a high-level conference on Blockchain. He advises governments, institutions and investors and also taught students at the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts. Alain founded TokenSuisse together with Claudio Rossi. Set up as a one-stop shop, TokenSuisse AG, with its constantly growing team of experts, does not focus exclusively on the areas of trading / brokerage, asset management and consulting / knowledge transfer, but also supports its clients in other topics such as ICO, mining and storage. Since spring 2019, TokenSuisse supports Hypothekarbank Lenzburg in the development of new service products for crypto and blockchain companies.
In addition to TokenSuisse, Alain Kunz founded the companies PolarLab, Lantha Capital, and SP-Lab.ch. Previously, he worked for Source EFT, Leonteq and Société Générale Investment Banking. He studied at the University of St. Gallen. His hobbies include reading and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. Alain Kunz lives in Zurich.