- Binance CEO addresses recent management changes at BinanceUS.
- Zhao praises Brian Shroder’s successful tenure, highlighting market share growth.
- Norman Reed, with an impressive career including SEC and Ripple, is appointed to lead BinanceUS.
In a recent tweet, the CEO of Binance, Changpeng Zhao, addressed the speculation surrounding recent management changes at the sister exchange platform, BinanceUS. Zhao clarified that Brian Shroder, who had been at the helm for the past two years, is stepping aside to take a well-deserved break.
According to Zhao, Shroder successfully achieved the goals he had set for himself when he joined the company during his tenure.
Furthermore, the Binance CEO spotlighted some of the endeavors the former BinanceUS head undertook. Zhao noted that under Shroder’s leadership, Binance US raised capital, enhanced its product and service offerings, streamlined internal processes, and secured a significant market share.
According to him, these accomplishments contributed to developing a more resilient company, ultimately benefiting its customers. Zhao expressed gratitude for Shroder’s valuable contributions to the organization.
Also, Zhao acknowledged the evolving landscape of the crypto market over the past two years, marked by rapid changes and an increasingly challenging regulatory environment. In response to these shifts, he stated that Norman Reed, a former executive from notable institutions, has been appointed to lead BinanceUS.
Reed’s work history includes the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Ripple, and the Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (DTCC).
Zhao stressed Reed’s qualifications and suitability to guide the company through the dynamic market conditions. In concluding remarks, Zhao urged the crypto community to disregard messages of fear, uncertainty, and doubt (FUD) and continue building and innovating in the crypto space.