Copper.co announced it has appointed Sabrina Wilson as its Chief Operating Officer, effective from March 2022.

Published in an article recently shared with Finance Magnates, Sabrina Wilson, a senior executive veteran with more than two decades of experience from the financial sector, has been named by Copper.co, a digital asset custody and trading infrastructure provider, as its new Chief Operating Officer.

Wilson brings extensive experience in Financial Services to the role. She is well suited to lead the company’s operations and service its expanding client base, as more financial institutions allocate funds to digital assets.

A Glance Back at Wilson’s Career

Currently, Wilson is serving as a Member of the Board at TS Imagine, which she took on four months ago.

Earlier to Wilson becoming COO, Citi onboarded her as Managing Director and Global Co-Head of Futures, OTC Clearing and FX Prime Brokerage. She supervised the development of the bank’s global execution and algorithmic platforms in Futures for four and a half years.

Before that, Deutsche Bank recruited Wilson and positioned her as Managing Director. Also, she took on the responsibilities as European Head of Listed Derivatives, OTC Clearing, FXPB and Market Structure and Global Head of ETD Electronic Execution.

Previously, she founded ENO Investments Ltd and held the post of Managing Director. She commuted between London, UK and Singapore for almost three years.

Goldman Sachs benefitted from her experience as an Executive Director. From 2006 to 2009, she worked on global electronic execution & algorithmic trading as well as listed derivatives & European equities.

Her earliest known position, according to her LinkedIn profile, was with JPMorgan Chase & Co. as an Executive Director.

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Throughout her career, Wilson has addressed many regulatory changes, such as the introduction of MIFID II, Dodd-Frank, EMIR. Moreover, she provided advice to the EU Commission and ESMA on Clearing regulation.

Reflecting on the announcement, Dmitry Tokarev, the CEO of Copper.co, said: “Our goal is to bring the technology underlying digital assets into the wider financial world. To do that, we need individuals like Sabrina, who have experience across world-leading traditional financial institutions, to align our operations even closer with the needs of accredited investors, so it can best contribute to the evolution of global financial infrastructure. We’re delighted that Copper continues to attract executives of Sabrina’s calibre. I look forward to seeing how the business will grow with her expertise adding to the strength of our senior leadership team.”

“It’s an exciting time to be joining Copper, to work with the team to provide digital asset custody and trading solutions to the traditional financial sector. As institutional investors increasingly embrace crypto as an essential asset class, I am confident the advances in technology that Copper is making will become the gold standard for global financial infrastructure in the future,” Wilson added.

Copper.co announced it has appointed Sabrina Wilson as its Chief Operating Officer, effective from March 2022.

Published in an article recently shared with Finance Magnates, Sabrina Wilson, a senior executive veteran with more than two decades of experience from the financial sector, has been named by Copper.co, a digital asset custody and trading infrastructure provider, as its new Chief Operating Officer.

Wilson brings extensive experience in Financial Services to the role. She is well suited to lead the company’s operations and service its expanding client base, as more financial institutions allocate funds to digital assets.

A Glance Back at Wilson’s Career

Currently, Wilson is serving as a Member of the Board at TS Imagine, which she took on four months ago.

Earlier to Wilson becoming COO, Citi onboarded her as Managing Director and Global Co-Head of Futures, OTC Clearing and FX Prime Brokerage. She supervised the development of the bank’s global execution and algorithmic platforms in Futures for four and a half years.

Before that, Deutsche Bank recruited Wilson and positioned her as Managing Director. Also, she took on the responsibilities as European Head of Listed Derivatives, OTC Clearing, FXPB and Market Structure and Global Head of ETD Electronic Execution.

Previously, she founded ENO Investments Ltd and held the post of Managing Director. She commuted between London, UK and Singapore for almost three years.

Goldman Sachs benefitted from her experience as an Executive Director. From 2006 to 2009, she worked on global electronic execution & algorithmic trading as well as listed derivatives & European equities.

Her earliest known position, according to her LinkedIn profile, was with JPMorgan Chase & Co. as an Executive Director.

Institutional Investors Increasingly Embrace Crypto

Throughout her career, Wilson has addressed many regulatory changes, such as the introduction of MIFID II, Dodd-Frank, EMIR. Moreover, she provided advice to the EU Commission and ESMA on Clearing regulation.

Reflecting on the announcement, Dmitry Tokarev, the CEO of Copper.co, said: “Our goal is to bring the technology underlying digital assets into the wider financial world. To do that, we need individuals like Sabrina, who have experience across world-leading traditional financial institutions, to align our operations even closer with the needs of accredited investors, so it can best contribute to the evolution of global financial infrastructure. We’re delighted that Copper continues to attract executives of Sabrina’s calibre. I look forward to seeing how the business will grow with her expertise adding to the strength of our senior leadership team.”

“It’s an exciting time to be joining Copper, to work with the team to provide digital asset custody and trading solutions to the traditional financial sector. As institutional investors increasingly embrace crypto as an essential asset class, I am confident the advances in technology that Copper is making will become the gold standard for global financial infrastructure in the future,” Wilson added.