DAS London 2021
Gillespie joined B2C2 in 2018 to lead the firm’s expansion in Asia, successfully securing B2C2’s position as the number one foreign crypto liquidity provider in Japan
Omid Zadeh, leads business development for Matrixport across Europe
Charlie McGarraugh, chief strategy officer, Blockchain.com, is responsible for firm-wide strategy, commercial development and Blockchain.com’s markets businesses
Zarya has extensive experience in the investment and cryptocurrency sector, pioneering electronic trading technology in emerging markets, notably Russian, India and China.
Tokarev started his career as a Quant, having graduated from Imperial College, London, with a Distinction in Risk Management and Financial Engineering.
Carlton runs institutional trading for the Digital Asset Desk at Flow Traders, having previously set up and run cryptocurrency trading desks in the city of London.
Prior to joining Fnality, Fletcher spent the last 25 years working in regulatory reform and post-trade services for a number of global financial institutions
Matteo has extensive experience in the family office space, having served as Chairman of Secofind Multi-family Office.
Chris Harmse has a decade’s experience in analyzing and trading financial markets to identify investment and commercial opportunities across multiple asset classes
Chris Tyrer leads all client service activity for the region, addressing their needs to secure, trade, and support digital assets
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