Cryptocurrency stock market giant FTXhead of stock market and corporate sales Jonathan Cheesman He left his job at the company.
The Exchange and Institutional Sales Manager of Cryptocurrency Exchange FTX Quietly Leaves the Company
Cheesman joined FTX in May 2021. Cheesman, who previously worked at HSBC, Goldman Sachs and Barclays, was tasked with integrating traditional financial institutions into crypto markets.
He started crypto trading in 2017 with a partnership he formed with crypto investment firm Distributed Global. In an interview after joining FTX last year, he said the exchange would be a “bridge between traditional finance and crypto users.”
Cheesman was also head of Access, FTX’s investor advisory services unit. An FTX-related account he opened on Twitter has not been active since August.
FTX said in a statement through its spokesperson that it will not hire a replacement for Cheesman and that it has a team to take on the role.
According to news sources, Cheesman returned to his own firm, JCi Advisory Ltd, which he founded last year before joining FTX. It was stated that FTX is also among the clients of this consultancy company.
During Cheesman’s 16 months as FTX’s IPO and corporate sales manager, the stock market averaged $64.08 billion in volume, peaking at $92.51 billion in November 2021.
There has been a series of divergences in the industry recently. last month Celsius Network CEO Alex Mashinsky resigned. This resignation network token CELIt caused a sharp drop in the price of.
Also, Kraken CEO Jesse Powell resigned to make way for new CEO David Ripley. Earlier today, bitcoin Robert Gutmann, CEO of investment services firm NYDIG, and Yan Zhao, chairman, left their positions at the company.
*Not investment advice.
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