Bordier & Cie (Singapore) is Sygnum Singapore’s first B2B client since the latter received its MAS Major Payment Institutions licence in October 2023 and launched its regulated Digital Payment Token (DPT) brokerage service.
Globally, Sygnum has enabled the 15+ banks and international financial institutions on its B2B platform access to a wide range of regulated digital asset services from one entry point, to launch at speed and scale on-demand via API. Supported by the highest standards of compliance and dedicated, crypto-native teams, Sygnum Singapore’s B2B partners can offer regulated crypto under their own brand and future-proof their offering.
Evrard Bordier, Bordier & Cie’s Managing Partner and CEO (Singapore) says
“Our partnership with Sygnum demonstrates our commitment in bringing innovation and sophistication to our clients at Bordier & Cie. I am confident that this will meet the demand for alternative investments in digital assets. Sygnum’s best in class security and service complement our commitment to deliver the highest levels of client experience in private banking.”
Singapore is Asia Pacific’s top-ranked financial centre2 and second for wealth management globally, being home to over 1,100 single-family offices3. Singapore’s economic growth, coupled with its political stability and international networks, provides significant opportunities for innovative wealth management solutions, particularly in digital assets. Singapore’s global competitiveness in this area is enabled by MAS’ progressive, clear and robust regulatory frameworks in digital assets and blockchain innovation.
Gerald Goh, Sygnum’s Co-Founder and CEO Singapore says,
“From Geneva to Singapore, Bordier & Cie, through this partnership, continues on its 179-year tradition of preserving value for the next generation in a place that shares many of its values. By expanding its Singapore offering with digital assets, it is once again looking to the future for its clients. We are proud to deepen our Bordier partnership which, like Sygnum, is rooted in Swiss and Singapore heritage.”