Liechtenstein’s Bank Frick Launches Institutional Cryptocurrency Trading Platform

Frick Bank, headquartered in Liechtenstein, launched DLT Markets, a subsidiary of the institutional platform for cryptocurrencies, Cointelegraph auf Deutsch announced on February 22.

According to the announcement of the bank, DLT Markets will offer institutional investors "a fully regulated and secure multi-currency exchange of digital asset classes."


Edi Wögerer, CEO of Bank Frick, said:

"Thanks to our spin-off, we offer our institutional clients a unique combination of financial technology companies and banks in the EU [.]"

Roger Wurzel, who previously worked in business development at Bank Fricka, was appointed to the new branch office manager, according to a statement. A former bank development team and co-founder of the Styxchange cloud accounting company will be responsible for developing business at DLT markets.

Frick Bank, based in Liechtenstein, has launched DLT Markets, a subsidiary of the institutional platform for cryptocurrencies, Cointelegraph auf Deutsch said on February 22.

According to the announcement of the bank, DLT Markets will offer institutional investors "a fully regulated and secure exchange of digital asset classes."

Edi Wögerer, CEO of Bank Frick, said:

"Thanks to our spin-off, we offer our institutional clients a unique combination of financial technology companies and banks in the EU [.]"

Roger Wurzel, who previously worked at Bank Fricka's business development, was appointed as a new branch manager, according to a statement. Former Banking Development Team and co-founder of Styxchange Cloud Accounting Company will be responsible for business development on DLT markets.

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