Lykke Business, a Swiss blockchain pioneer, recently announced the appointment of Dom Braun, an industry veteran with nearly two decades of business and management experience, as the company’s new CEO.
According to an official announcement, the newly appointed CEO will start in Singapore, before moving to Switzerland. Braun succeeded Niklaus Mettler who will stay on with Lykke Business as Management Consultant.
Braun spent nearly 14 years in the global technology industry and held different roles at some of the leading FinTech and RegTech firms. In his previous role as MD APAC with FinTech Episode Six, Braun was crucial to build and expand the APAC business and brand to success for the last 2 years.
“Lykke is a blockchain lab with a suite of unique products and services. I am thrilled that Dom, an expert of scaling successful businesses, has joined Lykke Business as CEO and will build the distribution network for our products and services”, Richard Olsen, Founder of Lykke, commented on the recent appointment of Dom Braun as the new CEO.
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Lykke Business is an important part of the Lykke ecosystem. Lykke Business offers various services including enterprise solutions powered by blockchain technology.
The newly appointed CEO received his MBA degree from Warwick Business School (WBS) and received several awards during his career. During his tenure of more than 6 years at global RegTech leader Accuity (now Lexis Nexis Risk), Braun held different regional and global leadership positions.
“I am very excited to be part of the Lykke ecosystem to lead and expand their B2B business for its cutting edge Blockchain-based enterprise solutions. With their existing assets and great engineering and product teams, Lykke Business has a strong foundation to be built on with leveraging my market and business experience”, said Braun.
The Swiss blockchain and crypto ecosystem has grown significantly in 2021. Last week, FINMA announced the approval of the country’s first cryptocurrency fund.