- Unizen will add James Taylor to their team as Chief Business Development Officer.
- Taylor is leaving BNY Mellon after over 3 years of working in the company.
- This news denotes another milestone for Unizen alongside the plan to build CeDeFi.
According to Unizen (ZCX), James Taylor will join their team as the Chief Business Development Officer. This only means, James Taylor is leaving BNY Mellon after working in the said company for over 3 years as Global Head of eFX Sales.
Taylor is an established capital market expert with over 20 plus years of work experience with some of the most prestigious names in the industry like BNY Mellon, JP Morgan, Deutsche, Barclays, and Salomon Brothers.
Without a doubt, James has proved that he can both establish and grow a new business. With that said, his addition to the Unizen team will help the crypto reach new investors from the financial sector.
He shared his reason for this exciting decision by saying,
“Without a doubt, the team (Unizen) is top-notch in terms of talent, but what impresses me the most is the moral philosophy I see applied by all. I’m very excited by our ambition to be THE universal and unified gateway through which traditional financial market participants access new digital asset marketplaces”
Clearly, this news denotes another milestone for Unizen, giving the group the ability to work with the objective of uniting centralized institutions and decentralized providers. Likewise, it denotes a change between the traditional financial sector and the blockchain space.
Furthermore, Taylor shares that Unizen is currently building a Centralized Decentralized ecosystem (CeDeFi) to address the challenges of crypto. This includes KYC, security, and fragmented liquidity.
The team behind Unizen is definitely looking forward to the upcoming changes, especially with Taylor’s addition. They said that his 20+ years of institutional experience is a leap towards establishing a CeDeFi. With this, Unizen will definitely have the potential to open another phase of worldwide blockchain adoption.