JPMorgan crypto exec Christine Moy has left the firm


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Christine Moy, a veteran of JPMorgan’s blockchain and crypto operations, has left the firm.

Moy, who wore many hats within the Wall Street megabank, played a role in its 2020 launch of blockchain unit Onyx. She recently gained the title of global head of metaverse within the Onyx team. She has been with the firm for more than 18 years, according to her LinkedIn profile

Prior to her promotion to global head of blockchain and crypto in 2016, she held roles within the corporate and investment bank spanning syndicated loan trading and global commodities sales and marketing. 

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“After almost two decades, I am leaving JPM to pursue a new opportunity,” she wrote on LinkedIn. 

She added:

“Thank you to the leadership at J.P. Morgan for the opportunities I have had to grow and learn. I appreciate that Umar Farooq, Takis Georgakopoulos and others have empowered me to take risks, experiment, take long shots, and build an authentic team culture. I appreciate the leaders who have mentored, sponsored me, and guided me through even the most challenging times (you know who you are).”

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