Amstutz will be tasked with securing private capital into the blockchain industry with BVV being headquartered in both Switzerland and Singapore.
He has more than 25-years of experience from Credit Suisse where he was an executive board member and responsible for the investments division of the private bank, while he also has extensive experience dealing with hedge funds and family offices.
Upon his appointment Amstutz noted that BVV is “positioned smartly” in a growing area of corporate banking activities and early-stage blockchain investment opportunities.
We are very excited to welcome Thomas Amstutz to the @bvventures family! Thomas joins BVV as the #Asia–#Pacific Chairman to bolster its private wealth advisory services and investment banking capabilities as part of BVV's growing presence in the region. https://t.co/xtF1eF2I9L
He added: “It is an exciting challenge to help them grow with my extensive financial background as they continue to elevate their positioning as the market leader in the rapidly maturing industry.”
Heinrich Zetlmayer, Founder and Managing Partner BVV declared: “On behalf of BVV and its Board of Directors, we are very excited to welcome Thomas to the BVV family.
“Thomas will immediately strengthen BVV’s ability to support family offices and private wealth managers by tapping into the opportunities of a rapidly maturing fintech and blockchain industry.
“We are very pleased to have Thomas join as Asia-Pacific Chairman, reflecting the growing adoption and maturity of blockchain across industries and geographies.”
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