- CEO of crypto banking startup BCB Group, Oliver von Landsberg-Sadie, resigned following recent departures of two other executives
- BCB Group announced co-founder Oliver Tonkin will take over as new CEO
- Recent executive departures include Deputy CEO Noah Sharp after failed acquisition attempts and Chief Banking Officer Ian Moore pursuing other opportunities
The CEO of crypto banking startup BCB Group, Oliver von Landsberg-Sadie, resigned today following the recent departures of two other company executives. BCB Group announced that co-founder Oliver Tonkin will take over as the new CEO.
Background on BCB Group
BCB Group was founded in 2017 as a cryptocurrency brokerage by von Landsberg-Sadie and Tonkin. The company has served several major crypto industry clients including Kraken, Huobi, Bitstamp, Galaxy, Fireblocks, and Gemini. BCB Group raised the largest Series A funding round ever for a UK blockchain company
Recent Executive Departures
In June, Deputy CEO Noah Sharp left after failed acquisition attempts with German bank Sutor Bank. Chief Banking Officer Ian Moore exited in September to pursue other opportunities. Von Landsberg-Sadie also left to pursue new ventures, according to the company’s statement.
The appointment of Tonkin reflects BCB Group‘s continued evolution and maturation as the company aims for further global growth and expansion in the crypto industry. Tonkin’s experience as a company co-founder positions him well to lead BCB Group moving forward.