GENTWO Digital pioneered the concept of crypto securitization, where an individual off-balance sheet, issuance vehicle is established to hold digital assets and to issue conventional securities (Certificate/Note) with a Swiss ISIN to investors. This allows especially institutional investors to easily book crypto on their balance sheets via their normal stock broker. Therefore, they can conduct traditional audits and to use their traditional banking infrastructure - just like for all other of their investments.



Marc P. Bernegger

Marc Bernegger is a serial entrepreneur who co-founded the party platform usgang.ch in his 20s (trade sale to Axel Springer Media). He is also a co-founder of amiando, a ticketing platform, which was purchased by Xing and was named “Global Technology Pioneer” by the World Economic Forum (WEF). After these two exits Marc has been active as a fintech investor (Partner of NextGFI, Venture Partner of Orange Growth Capital, Advisory Board of FinLeap, ...) and he explored Bitcoin in 2012. Today, Marc is a Board Member of Crypto Finance Group and CfC St. Moritz and part of the expert network for Blockchain and Digital Economy of the WEF.​Marc holds a master’s degree in law from the University of Zurich and did the Executive Program at Singularity University.  

Pierre-Noël Formigé

Graduate of the London School of Economics, Pierre-Noël Formigé has more than 20 years of experience in the world of finance and institutional-type investment products. After working for Merrill Lynch in London, New York, and Geneva as well as Coutts Bank (Switzerland), he established SEQUOIA Asset Management SA in 2000 as a one stop shop for funds and wealth managers. SEQUOIA became a leading Group in Geneva with more than 35 employees and achieved to obtain one of the first CISA licences in Switzerland in 2013. After selling SEQUOIA, Pierre-Noël Formigé joined the advisory board of GENTWO Financial Products SA in 2020, he is today responsible for the developments and representation of GENTWO in the French-speaking part of Switzerland.  

Roger Darin

With an international background in investment banking and foreign exchange, Roger got curious about Bitcoin around 2011 but didn’t teach courses on cryptocurrencies and the blockchain until 2015. Once more publicly involved, it didn’t take long until he was an active member of the Bitcoin Association Switzerland and co-founded the Fintech chapter of SICTIC, an established business angel organisation in Switzerland. Fascinated by the intersection of finance and technology, he worked as a Product Manager at a Fintech company before accepting a position at inacta AG to support the firm’s efforts to build a comprehensive ecosystem and move clients into the blockchain age.