Nexo Institutional Service Explained

This information comes directly from Nexo's help center

Please find below the key points that best define Nexo’s Institutional Service:

Who is this service for?

Nexo’s institutional offerings are targeted towards financial institutions, trading firms, hedge funds, market makers, family offices, crypto miners, and high net worth individuals.

How is the institutional service different from the products on the retail platform?

The average ticket size for an institutional deal is between $3.5m and $5m with some tickets going above $200,000,000. Custom LTV, durations, margin call intervals, and interest rates available depending on the needs of the customers. In contrast, all products and services offered through Nexo’s retail platform have fixed, non-negotiable terms.

Do you provide trading and execution services?

Yes. Nexo offers institutional-grade trading infrastructure combining low latency execution and deep liquidity. Additionally, we are happy to facilitate large OTC purchases and sales of cryptocurrencies. Don’t hesitate to contact us at [email protected] for further assistance.

What assets do you work with?

We are active in all major cryptocurrencies, but our focus is on BTC, ETH, USDC, USDT, DAI, and the rest of CMC’s top 25 coins.

How do I become an approved counterparty?

Nexo follows strict KYC/AML procedures. Please follow the link in order to start the onboarding process.

Is the KYC process different for Institutions and High Net Worth individuals?

High Net Worth individuals interested in using our services are required to provide fewer documents compared to institutional or corporate counterparties.

What sets Nexo apart from the competition?

We are the most technologically advanced lending provider in the crypto space. Building on 13 years of fintech success and one of the largest pools of digital assets on the planet, we are the right partner for any financial institution.

Source: Nexo Institutional Service Explained
August 23, 2022
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