Stradley Ronon Releases Introductory Guidelines for Structuring Retail Crypto Funds

In a recent publication, Stradley Ronon outlines high-level thoughts on four potential retail fund structures through which a crypto fund might be offered by investment complexes. The guide walks through considerations for the creation of crypto funds structured as open-end funds, closed-end funds, a ’33 Act/Exchange Traded Product (ETP) fund, or a commodity pool. The guide discusses the regulatory challenges to each option as well as the current landscape. While the guide is meant to be an introductory primer on structure, it offers an interesting look at how the industry is innovating in the digital asset product space.

Click here to read Stradley’s “Retail Crypto Funds: An Introductory Guide to Structuring.”