CLSA Diversifies Asset Management Business with AlphaLabs Launch

New venture targets investments in the fintech space, including regtech, artificial intelligence and blockchain companies.

Venture capital trusts growth

Hong Kong-based capital markets and investment firm CLSA Limited, has launched AlphaLabs, a new venture eyeing technology-focused startups disrupting institutional finance businesses in Asia. Max Nam-Storm, founder and CTO at AlphaLabs says the potential to bring change to institutional finance in Asia is more significant. 

Nam-Storm, who also holds the role of CTO at CLSA, adds that clients in Asia are quickly evolving and their business models are changing and advancing. In emerging markets

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