Sign up for free newsletter


Picture of a man with megaphone making announcement

PKF O’Connor Davies launches administration services for cryptocurrency funds

O’Connor Davies Administration, a subsidiary of accounting and advisory firm PKF O’Connor Davies, has launched a new administration service offering for cryptocurrency hedge funds.

With the launch, O’Connor Davies Administration also announced it currently provides complete fund administration services to three cryptocurrency hedge funds.
The announcement comes as industry demand for cryptocurrency fund administration services is reaching critical mass. This new offering demonstrates the Firm’s ongoing commitment to meeting emerging fund administration needs for a variety of asset classes, including hedge funds and private equity, venture capital, infrastructure and real estate funds and other alternative investments.
“O’Connor Davies Administration has deep experience and expertise in alternative investments, including valuing cryptocurrency assets and providing timely and accurate financial reporting,” says Marc L. Rinaldi, CPA and Partner-in-Charge of PKF O’Connor Davies’ Financial Services practice. “Three cryptocurrency hedge funds already rely on our team to provide fund administration services, and we’re eager to expand our impact in this area with a formalised approach and established offering.”
O’Connor Davies Administration’s team of industry-recognised thought leaders and experts provides highly tailored administration services to each cryptocurrency hedge fund client. The Firm manages cryptocurrency valuation on a fund-by-fund basis based on the fund’s private placement memorandum and specific valuation policies. It provides core services in helping cryptocurrency funds with a variety of holdings successfully manage and value their assets. O’Connor Davies Administration has experience in valuing and accounting for fixed forks, air drops and a range of custodial arrangements including “hot” and “warm” cryptocurrencies and “cold storage.”

other gfm publications