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Does Bitcoin Have a Place in Institutional Multi-Asset Portfolios?

Second Quarter 2021 

Many have previously written Bitcoin off as a short-lived novelty, but resilience and performance mean some are revisiting the cryptocurrency.

Insight from our sub-adviser, Schroders Investment Management
Xi Chen
Multi-asset Fund Manager
Ben Popatlal
Multi-asset Strategist

 

Institutional investors have generally sat on the sidelines during Bitcoin's fledging 10 years as an investable asset. In their role as fiduciaries for other people’s money, institutional investors have found it hard to justify investing in an unproven asset.
 
But Bitcoin—and cryptoassets in general—continue to demand the world’s attention. Undoubtedly motivated by meteoric returns over the past year or so, institutional investors are considering whether it is time to get in on the action.


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