The crypto financial services company Amber Group is considering a direct listing with the US as a “likely target,” according to its CEO. – A direct listing will be “on the table” for the next two years, Michael Wu [called] in an interview with the South China Morning Post. – “The US is a likely target, but we are open-minded,” he said. – Aspects of Amber’s plans could raise regulatory concerns in the US. Publicly traded cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase recently canceled plans to launch a similar service after the Securities and Exchange Commission threatened to sue it for offering an unregistered security product. – Amber Group also provides algorithmic, high frequency and over-the-counter trading to institutional clients and operates in Hong Kong, Taiwan, South Korea and Canada. – The company achieved unicorn status in June after a $ 100 million round of funding that earned it $ 1 billion. Investors include Tiger Global Management, Coinbase Ventures, and Blockchain.com. Continue reading: The SEC on Coinbase: Crypto banking is still banking