Posted 7 months ago | by Ben Armstrong
Voyager Appoints New Chief Financial and Communications Officers
Expanding the Business
Voyager has recently seen rapid growth to become one of the most competitive brokerages on the market with the addition of 43 crypto assets and the interest increase on 17 of those assets.
In addition to this, the company has quickly established itself as a premier brokerage destination for digital assets due to its achievements, innovation, constant growth, and dedication to customers.
When referring to the new additions, the CEO and Co-Founder of Voyager Stephen Ehrlich said:
"We are excited to add Evan and Mike to the team as this is the next step in achieving our strategic growth objectives. Together, with their extensive backgrounds, we will continue to differentiate Voyager's turnkey digital asset trading platform, execute our international expansion, and generate shareholder value."
Voyager Digital Ltd. is a crypto-asset broker aiming to provide investors with a turnkey solution to trade crypto assets. With the company, customers will be offered the best execution and safe custody of a wide choice of popular crypto-assets.
More than 50 Years of Experience in the Finance Industry
Mr. Psaropoulos, who has more than 20 years of experience across public accounting, investment banking, and strategic finance, will oversee all finance, accounting, and treasury functions in his new role as CFO at Voyager.
His career started in public accounting as a CPA at PwC, then turning to investment banking working on large-cap M&A and public market capital raising transactions in the Technology, Media, and Telecom Group at Credit Suisse.
Most recently, Mr. Psaropoulos played the role of CFO at the Global Debt Registry.
Mr. Legg, on the other hand, has over 30 years in the investment banking industry, will manage communication efforts in partnership with KCSA Strategic Communications, which powers Investor Relations and Public Relations.
During his 30 years of experience, he not only starred as the emerging growth analyst at MFS but also worked for Jefferies, Alex Brown, and Prudential Securities. Mr. Legg worked in both the public and private markets to public companies and achieved various goals such as the raising of over $7 billion of capital for Starbucks and Staples during their growth phases.
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