Leading full-service blockchain technology company Bitfury has announced the addition of two key members to its Board of Directors. With the addition of co-founder of Korelya Capital, Antoine Dresch, and Annette Nazareth, a former staff of the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to the company, Bitfury is gaining essential experience in the right areas.
In the current climate, the latter’s appointment must be seen as a significant bonus on its own. Nazareth is an American attorney who served as a Commissioner of the SEC from 4 August 2005 to 31 January 2008.
Nazareth has also been Senior Counsel to former SEC Chairman Arthur Levitt and served briefly as the Interim Director of the Division of Investment Management. She then served as SEC Director of the Division of Market Regulation from March 1999 to August 2005. As Director, she had primary responsibility for the supervision and regulation of the US securities markets.
With this track record, she brings a valuable insight into the workings of current financial markets, also giving Bitfury an essential regulatory barometer with her comprehensive knowledge on the inside workings of the SEC.
Dresch joins Valery Vavilov, George Kikvadze, Bob Dykes, and Bill Tai as a voting board member at the company. With over 20 years in investment banking and positions at Goldman Sachs, UBS, and Morgan Stanley and as founder of DDMA advising media and internet investors in Europe, his profile adds further credentials to Bitfury moving forward.
“Antoine’s years of experience in investment banking and mergers and acquisitions will be valuable assets as Bitfury continues to grow. Annette will serve in a different capacity; as a trusted advisor, she will help guide and support Bitfury by offering her comprehensive knowledge of financial markets and regulation.”
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