London, 3 February 2021 – BCB Group, global digital financial services firm, today announced the appointment of Zeeshan Feroz as an advisor. Previously CEO of Coinbase UK Ltd, and bringing experience built across the global payments and fintech industry, Feroz adds further depth to the growing BCB Group team.
As CEO of Coinbase UK, Feroz was responsible for all business operations in the UK, EU and all international markets serviced by Coinbase UK. Prior to joining Coinbase, he served as Global Head of Payments at crowdfunding firm Tilt.com, and held key strategic positions at Skrill and Paysafe.
As a trusted independent advisor and innovator, Feroz also holds a number of other advisory roles given his primary focus on facilitating the growth of startups in the cryptocurrency ecosystem.
Zeeshan Feroz commented, “I am excited to be joining the BCB Group team at a time of accelerating growth as institutional investors enter the market at pace. BCB’s payment and banking solutions are critical infrastructure, forming the backbone for the European crypto ecosystem. I look forward to supporting BCB’s ambitious roadmap for democratising robust payments infrastructure for all.”
Founder and CEO Oliver von Landsberg -Sadie commented, “We are excited to welcome Zeeshan at a time when BCB Group is growing rapidly. Zeeshan has acquired a number of battle trophies associated with bringing crypto enterprise to global scale and we will lean heavily on his considerable knowledge and experience in the payments innovation space.”
BCB Group is Europe’s leading provider of business accounts and trading services for the digital asset economy. BCB provides accounts and payments processing for the world’s largest digital asset institutions including Bitstamp, Coinbase, Galaxy, and Kraken, in dozens of fiat and cryptocurrencies. BCB Group is the only dual regulated institution of its kind to offer clients a complete end-to-end suite of payment processing, cryptocurrency trading and custody services accessible through a unified API-enabled platform, allowing clients to access a complete range of digital asset services in one place.
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About BCB Group
BCB Group is Europe’s leading crypto-dedicated payment services provider, serving some of the industry’s largest clients including Bitstamp, Coinbase, Galaxy and Kraken. BCB Group provides payment services in 20+ currencies, FX, cryptocurrency liquidity and digital asset custody.
Responding to institutional demand for operational best practice in digital asset markets, BCB Group was created by established thought leaders in finance, regulation and technology. Founded in the UK and developed to encompass key relationships across global financial services communities, BCB Group is well positioned as one of the first multi-jurisdictional regulated cryptocurrency service firms. BCB Group’s executive team have worked for Barclays, Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank, Investec, Lloyds Commercial Bank, Norton Rose Fulbright, FIS and Sun Life of Canada.
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