Crypto Banking Company BCB Group Hires Former Coinbase UK CEO

Feroz will bring experience "built across the global payments and fintech industry," BCB Group said.

AccessTimeIconFeb 3, 2021 at 12:56 p.m. UTC
Updated May 9, 2023 at 3:15 a.m. UTC
10 Years of Decentralizing the Future
May 29-31, 2024 - Austin, TexasThe biggest and most established global event for everything crypto, blockchain and Web3.Register Now

Crypto payment services firm BCB Group has appointed former Coinbase UK CEO Zeeshan Feroz as an adviser.

  • According to the announcement, Feroz, who holds a number of other advisory roles with a focus on the growth of startups in the cryptocurrency space, will add "further depth" to the growing BCB Group team.
  • At Coinbase, Feroz headed the business operations in the U.K., European Union and international markets serviced by its U.K. business.
  • “Zeeshan has acquired a number of battle trophies associated with bringing crypto enterprise to global scale and we will lean heavily on his considerable knowledge and experience in the payments innovation space,” said BCB CEO Oliver von Landsberg.
  • Previously, Feroz was the global head of payments at crowdfunding firm Tilt.com, and also held positions at Skrill and Paysafe.
  • BCB Group provides accounts and payments processing for digital asset firms such as Bitstamp, Coinbase, Galaxy and Kraken.
  • SEC Asking for Ether ETF Filings Update Is 'Somewhat Surprising': Legal Expert
    00:38
    SEC Asking for Ether ETF Filings Update Is 'Somewhat Surprising': Legal Expert
  • MOG Rallies on Anticipation of Spot Ether ETF Approval
    00:56
    MOG Rallies on Anticipation of Spot Ether ETF Approval
  • Ether Jumps on Spot ETF Hopes; Hex Trust Issues Stablecoin on Flare
    01:59
    Ether Jumps on Spot ETF Hopes; Hex Trust Issues Stablecoin on Flare
  • 'Sky Is the Limit' for Bitcoin: Expert
    00:53
    'Sky Is the Limit' for Bitcoin: Expert
  • Disclosure

    Please note that our privacy policy, terms of use, cookies, and do not sell my personal information has been updated.

    CoinDesk is an award-winning media outlet that covers the cryptocurrency industry. Its journalists abide by a strict set of editorial policies. In November 2023, CoinDesk was acquired by the Bullish group, owner of Bullish, a regulated, digital assets exchange. The Bullish group is majority-owned by Block.one; both companies have interests in a variety of blockchain and digital asset businesses and significant holdings of digital assets, including bitcoin. CoinDesk operates as an independent subsidiary with an editorial committee to protect journalistic independence. CoinDesk employees, including journalists, may receive options in the Bullish group as part of their compensation.


    Learn more about Consensus 2024, CoinDesk's longest-running and most influential event that brings together all sides of crypto, blockchain and Web3. Head to consensus.coindesk.com to register and buy your pass now.