Ins (and Out) at Bosonic
Posted by Colin Lambert. Last updated: July 15, 2022
Digital assets infrastructure provider Bosonic has announced the hiring of two business development staffers at the same time as it loses a senior director in that business segment.
Julie Briand is joining as head of client success and Sarthak Jain as regional manager of institutional sales – both roles will be based in London. Meanwhile, Joseph Tuccio, senior director, business development, has left the business in New York.
Tuccio had been with the firm for just under three years, the first two in an advisory role, the last 11 months as senior director. He is believed to be looking at other opportunities in the industry.
Briand joins from Bank of America where she worked for almost 15 years, most latterly as manager of EMEA client onboarding for cash, derivatives, stock loan and repo. Jain, meanwhile, joins from just over a year in institutional sales at crypto exchange Binance, prior to which he spent more than five years at Bloomberg in enterprise data solutions sales.
“We are incredibly fortunate to be scaling our business at pace while attracting some of the top talents in the industry to continue on this trajectory,” says Jason Nabi, Bosonic’s chief revenue officer. “Julie and Sarthak bring a wealth of experience across multiple continents in the Financial Services industry, having held roles with several major players. We are delighted they have chosen Bosonic to progress their careers, and we look forward to demonstrating the calibre of our services to more global institutional clients.”
Briand adds, “Traditional finance is increasingly recognising the need to embrace blockchain based peer to peer infrastructure. I’m delighted to be joining Bosonic to bring my institutional expertise to bear in the digital asset world and help foster closer relationships between the two industry segments.”
Meanwhile, Jain says, “The market for infrastructure that eliminates counterparty credit and settlement risk in the digital assets space is growing exponentially.”