Finance Magnates has learned that Samir Shah became the Chief Operating Officer at Pantera Capital. According to an announcement made on LinkedIn, the executive joined the firm after spending over 12 years at JP Morgan.

“After 12 fantastic years with JPMorgan, it is bittersweet for me to share that I will be starting a new professional chapter. I’ve been incredibly fortunate at JPM, taking on many new challenges within the bank across Sales, Strategy and Digital roles. While each role was unique, the one constant was the amazing people I had the opportunity to work with every day,” he said on his departure from the investment bank.

Shah added: “As for my next step, I am thrilled to share that I will be joining Pantera Capital as Chief Operating Officer. Pantera is one of the industry’s leading investors in blockchain technology, and I’m excited to partner with Dan Morehead, Joey Krug and the broader Pantera team to help take the organization to new heights!”

Professional and Educational Background

He worked as the Head of Asset Management Sales and Head of Digital Solutions at Corporate and Investment Bank. Also, Shah served as the Head of Transformation in the Investor Services team and as the Head of Strategy for Americas in the Corporate Investment Bank team.

Shah started at the company as the Head of Banking in the Chase Private Client department. Prior to joining JP Morgan, he worked as an Associate Principal at McKinsey & Company. Moreover, the executive was an Analyst at Goldman Sachs between 2000 and 2003.

According to his educational background, he earned a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration from Binghamton University and an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.

Finance Magnates has learned that Samir Shah became the Chief Operating Officer at Pantera Capital. According to an announcement made on LinkedIn, the executive joined the firm after spending over 12 years at JP Morgan.

“After 12 fantastic years with JPMorgan, it is bittersweet for me to share that I will be starting a new professional chapter. I’ve been incredibly fortunate at JPM, taking on many new challenges within the bank across Sales, Strategy and Digital roles. While each role was unique, the one constant was the amazing people I had the opportunity to work with every day,” he said on his departure from the investment bank.

Shah added: “As for my next step, I am thrilled to share that I will be joining Pantera Capital as Chief Operating Officer. Pantera is one of the industry’s leading investors in blockchain technology, and I’m excited to partner with Dan Morehead, Joey Krug and the broader Pantera team to help take the organization to new heights!”

Professional and Educational Background

He worked as the Head of Asset Management Sales and Head of Digital Solutions at Corporate and Investment Bank. Also, Shah served as the Head of Transformation in the Investor Services team and as the Head of Strategy for Americas in the Corporate Investment Bank team.

Shah started at the company as the Head of Banking in the Chase Private Client department. Prior to joining JP Morgan, he worked as an Associate Principal at McKinsey & Company. Moreover, the executive was an Analyst at Goldman Sachs between 2000 and 2003.

According to his educational background, he earned a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration from Binghamton University and an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.