Exclusive: Wave Financial Group Announces New Hires

The company is expanding its digital asset investment team to meet the growing demand.

Wave Financial Group, a regulated digital asset investment manager, today announced four new hires to strengthen its digital asset investment team. The company is planning to meet the growing demand for its fund and wealth management services.

According to the press release shared with Finance Magnates, Wave Financial Group has hired Heidi Pease, Justin Chuh, Samuel Eisner and Lana Anderson to expand its digital asset investment team.

Heidi Pease has joined Wave as the Head of Investment Products. Prior to Wave, Pease served as an advisor to the US Department of Commerce Blockchain, Trade Missions. She is also Co-founder and the CEO of the Los Angeles Blockchain Club. Wave is planning to take advantage of Pease’s extensive network within the digital asset industry.

Justin Chuh is a CFA Charterholder and a member of the CFA Society Los Angeles. Chuh has joined Wave as a Senior Trader. He will be responsible for trading Bitcoin and other digital assets that make up Wave’s assets under management, ensuring that their trading strategies cover fund inflows and redemptions.

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Samuel Eisner has joined the company as an Analyst. Before Wave, Eisner served as a financial advisor at Equitable Advisors. He holds Series 7 and 66 licenses and will be assisting with product development and sales, and supporting client relationships on the Wealth Management team.

Lana Anderson has joined Wave as an Operation Assistant. She will be responsible for assisting with administrative, regulatory and organizational systems at Wave as well as human resources support.

Growing Demand

The cryptocurrency market has grown significantly in the last few years amid rising demand from retail and institutional investors. In addition, Wave highlighted the growing demand for the company’s fund products and wealth management services.

“As digital assets become more widely incorporated into the investment thesis of individuals and corporates, we are seeing a huge increase in demand for our fund products and wealth management services. It’s great to be growing the team as we meet that demand, by recruiting highly qualified individuals to join our already experienced team that boasts over 70 years of combined experience across asset and wealth management, both in traditional financial markets and newly emerging digital assets,” David Siemer, CEO and Co-founder of Wave mentioned in the official announcement.

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