The Financial Commission (FinaCom) today announced the appointment of Bryan Feinberg and Theodosis Mourouzis to its newly-formed ICO Certification Committee (ICC).
In addition to providing dispute resolution and certification services to the participants of forex, derivatives, and cryptocurrency markets, Financial Commission has recently extended its coverage to the crypto community and blockchain startups seeking to launch initial coin offerings (ICOs).
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To facilitate the ICO certification process, the self-regulatory compliance specialist has established a dedicated panel to certificate and evaluate the merits of prospective token offerings. Taking guidance from its existing Dispute Resolution Committee, the ICC panel consists of fintech experts from various sectors.
Bryan Feinberg brings to the ICO Committee decades of serious experience across the venture investing space. He is the CEO and founder of several established financial companies including Zephyr Management, L.P., an investment management company which he founded in 1994. In addition, he serves on the board of the Blockchain Intelligence Group and provides advisory services to fintech startups within the blockchain industry.
The commission also onboarded Dr. Mourouzis, an information security, cryptology and data analytics expert with interest in blockchain data analytics and fraud prevention. He currently serves as the executive director at the leading business school in Cyprus, the Cyprus International Institute of Management (CIIM).
Commenting on the appointments, the founding member of the ICC and Financial Commission Chairman, Peter Tatarnikov, said: “We are delighted to formally welcome Bryan and Theodosis to the ICC and glad to see that the ICC is attracting a diverse range of blockchain industry experts and thought leaders across fintech. Bryan and Theodosis each bring distinct skillsets needed to complement ICC’s existing foundation and its ongoing effort to improve a minimum set of standards for ICO issuers.”