Findora is a blockchain solutions provider, can be described as a private network protocol that empowers the secure, seamless and can be adopted for transferring and verification of financial assets. It has recently announced the appointment of the new Head, Joon Bhang, for its North Asia operations.
Please join us in welcoming Joon Bhang as Head of North Asia Operations! Joon brings a wealth of strategic experience from both the traditional finance and blockchain industries.https://t.co/lE6MYU8Tjc pic.twitter.com/2ceZGQLA90
— findora (@FindoraOrg) September 26, 2019
Joon Bhang was a former executive Vice president of Korea’s second-largest cryptocurrency exchange, Korbit, having more than 20 years of work experience across traditional fintech, blockchain, finance, cryptocurrency, and business consulting.
Joon remarked his association with Findora and Said,
“Findora is on a mission to transform the financial services industry by solving existing pain points, including inefficiencies, high costs, security vulnerabilities, and unequal access. Our overarching vision is to build a global, decentralized, financial infrastructure, and we are combining cutting edge cryptography and business acumen to achieve this goal.”
He further added,
“I’m excited to be at the cusp of such a nascent industry and look forward to cementing Findora’s central position in the fintech, financial services, and blockchain industry Venn diagram.”
Bhang is an ex-student from Stanford University Graduate school of Business; he started his career initially at Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi. He served for 12 years as a strategy consultant in financial services practice at Oliver Wyman, Boston consulting group, and A.T. Kearney. Furthermore, he also worked as CEO and co-founder of iLytics and also served as Head of Global Business & Corporate Strategy and Executive vice president at CJ Foodville.
As indicated by a press release, Bhang will be assigned with developing prospective relationships with significant financial institutions, government bodies, corporations, as Findora is planning to expand its operations in South Korea, North Asia, and Japan, at the same time concentrating on building associations with important institutions in the Fintech Sector by devising the right strategy and a business model which can be customized for its associates.
Besides, Bang’s appointment comes directly behind the appointment of two new strategic advisors to Findora, Balaji Srinivasan, a former CTO of Coinbase and Dan Boneh and Professor of Stanford Cryptography.