BCB Group Announces Departure of Chief Banking Officer Ian Moore
Following the departure of deputy CEO Noah Sharp in June, Ian Moore, the Chief Banking Officer of BCB Group, is set to leave the company by the end of this month. BCB Group confirmed Moore's departure, stating that it was a mutual decision for him to explore new opportunities. His last day at BCB will be on September 29.
Moore, who moved to the crypto payments company from Paysafe Group in September 2022, had extensive experience with major players in traditional finance like Deutsche Bank (DB) and Citi (C) before joining BCB.
This isn't the only recent high-level departure from BCB, a firm serving clients such as Fireblocks, Galaxy, Gemini, Huobi, and Kraken. Moore's exit comes after Noah Sharp's departure, who was the former deputy CEO. Sharp left in June, citing regulatory delays and market conditions after BCB canceled its planned acquisition of Germany’s Sutor Bank.
Recently, Sharp announced on LinkedIn that he has taken on the role of CEO at the banking platform Vodeno.
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