Exec Leaves Goldman Sachs for Coinbase – Says It’s Time to Embrace Crypto and Create Economic Freedom CryptoBlog
A Goldman Sachs executive joins Coinbase after 16 years at the global investment bank. “It’s time to embrace the crypto economy,” he said, adding that the change is “a unique opportunity to participate in building the next stage of digital evolution.”
From Goldman Sachs to Coinbase
Roger Bartlett is leaving global investment bank Goldman Sachs to join crypto exchange Coinbase. At Goldman Sachs, he was Managing Director and Co-Head of Global Operations for Global Markets for a year. Previously, he was global head of operations for equities for almost five years. Prior to joining Goldman Sachs, he served as Vice Chairman of Credit Suisse for six years.
Bartlett announced Friday on Linkedin:
After 16 years at Goldman Sachs, it’s time to embrace the crypto economy. I am thrilled to announce that next week I will be joining Coinbase to lead global financial operations.
He explained that now is the time to leverage his experience at Goldman Sachs and follow his “passion to help enable the next generation of crypto-economy.”
The former Goldman Sachs executive said, “The inspiring mission to create economic freedom in the world, in a customer first, automation first approach is a unique opportunity to participate in building the next stage. digital evolution.
Coinbase is a Nasdaq-listed cryptocurrency exchange. The company said on Friday that the number of verified users on its platform had risen to 89 million. Meanwhile, the number of users transacting monthly reached 11.4 million at the end of last year.
Additionally, Coinbase said its trading volume last year increased more than 8.5 times over the previous year, and its “trading volume market share increased across virtually all assets.” “.
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