Institutional digital asset trading technology provider, Talos recently confirmed that the company has expanded its team across the European and the American region to facilitate growth. The details shared by Talos show that Frank van Zegveld has become the Head of Sales for the EMEA region at Talos.

Moreover, Matt Houston has joined the company as Client Success Director. Hillary Conley, who previously worked as the Director of Business Development at Gemini and served in the Sales department of Bloomberg, has been selected as the Business Development Director of Talos. She will be based in the company’s New York Office.

"We're excited to welcome these three talented individuals to the Talos team as we continue to expand our sales and business development presence worldwide," said Talos' Founder & CEO, Anton Katz. "The extensive leadership and industry expertise of these new hires will enable us to build long-lasting relationships as we continue to build out our global presence in EMEA and beyond. We're excited to welcome Frank, Hillary, and Matt to the team.”

Institutional Crypto Adoption

Despite a dip in retail demand, institutional interest in digital assets has increased during the latest market correction. As a result, prominent players in the institutional crypto ecosystem have raised significant funds in the past eight months to boost their presence across different business segments.

The recent news from Talos came almost four months after the digital asset firm raised $105 million in its Series B funding round and received a valuation of almost $1.25 billion.

“Frank van Zegveld brings over 20 years of experience across TradFi trading, investing, and technology, previously running sales and business development globally at Solid Trading and Lucera Financial Infrastructures. Matt Houston comes to Talos with over two decades of Capital Markets experience. Hillary Conley will be responsible for executing Talos' go-to-market strategy, building partnerships, and driving future revenue growth,” Talos noted.

Institutional digital asset trading technology provider, Talos recently confirmed that the company has expanded its team across the European and the American region to facilitate growth. The details shared by Talos show that Frank van Zegveld has become the Head of Sales for the EMEA region at Talos.

Moreover, Matt Houston has joined the company as Client Success Director. Hillary Conley, who previously worked as the Director of Business Development at Gemini and served in the Sales department of Bloomberg, has been selected as the Business Development Director of Talos. She will be based in the company’s New York Office.

"We're excited to welcome these three talented individuals to the Talos team as we continue to expand our sales and business development presence worldwide," said Talos' Founder & CEO, Anton Katz. "The extensive leadership and industry expertise of these new hires will enable us to build long-lasting relationships as we continue to build out our global presence in EMEA and beyond. We're excited to welcome Frank, Hillary, and Matt to the team.”

Institutional Crypto Adoption

Despite a dip in retail demand, institutional interest in digital assets has increased during the latest market correction. As a result, prominent players in the institutional crypto ecosystem have raised significant funds in the past eight months to boost their presence across different business segments.

The recent news from Talos came almost four months after the digital asset firm raised $105 million in its Series B funding round and received a valuation of almost $1.25 billion.

“Frank van Zegveld brings over 20 years of experience across TradFi trading, investing, and technology, previously running sales and business development globally at Solid Trading and Lucera Financial Infrastructures. Matt Houston comes to Talos with over two decades of Capital Markets experience. Hillary Conley will be responsible for executing Talos' go-to-market strategy, building partnerships, and driving future revenue growth,” Talos noted.