Goldmoney, a financial technology company which operates a global, 100 percent reserved gold-based financial network, today appointed Stefan Wieler to its Board of Directors.
Wieler was initially appointed as Vice President of Research for Goldmoney in September 2015 having previously served as a Vice President of Commodities Research at Goldman Sachs.
He also held the position of head of research and analysis at BBL Commodities, a commodity-focused hedge fund that returned 51.3 percent net of fees in 2014. Wieler is an CFA charterholder and holds the Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst designation.
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The company has also announced that Hector Fleming has decided to retire from the Goldmoney board of directors following the company’s successful 2015 acquisition and succeeding integration of Goldmoney Wealth.
Josh Crumb, chief strategy officer of Goldmoney, commented: “We’re pleased to welcome Stefan to the Goldmoney Board of Directors, a pre-launch investor in the Goldmoney Network who remains committed to the Company’s long-term mission of democratizing access to gold. Our reputation as a highly-regarded and trusted financial services provider is central to the Company’s relationships with clients and stakeholders, and we believe Stefan exemplifies these qualities through the expert vision and thought leadership he provides.”
Finance Magnates last reported on Goldmoney last month after the firm launched P2P transactional gold in the US. The rollout enabled Goldmoney personal and business account users in the US to send and receive gold on the Goldmoney Network.