Boerse Stuttgart Digital appoints ex-BitGo Joaquín Sastre as Chief Revenue Officer

Rick Steves

“We are very delighted that Joaquín Sastre Ibáñez, with his extensive experience and international network, is joining us in our effort to become the infrastructure partner of choice for banks, asset managers and other financial institutions across Europe for crypto and digital assets. Joaquín will have a pivotal role in enhancing Boerse Stuttgart Digital’s institutional business and further expanding our client base.”

Joaquín Sastre is set to join Boerse Stuttgart Digital as Chief Revenue Officer, effective from January 1, 2024. At the age of 32, Sastre Ibáñez brings a wealth of experience to his new role, where he will spearhead the oversight of institutional business, strategic partnerships, and sales activities for Boerse Stuttgart Digital.

Formerly the Managing Director at global digital asset service provider BitGo, Sastre played a pivotal role in the operational expansion of the business across Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Latin America.

Notably, his contributions were instrumental in achieving key funding milestones for BitGo. Prior to his role at BitGo, Sastre initiated his career in the digital asset space in 2017 at XAPO, where he played a crucial role in establishing a regulated institutional crypto custodian and an over-the-counter (OTC) trading services provider.

Boerse Stuttgart Digital eyes institutional business in Europe

Boerse Stuttgart Digital, a significant player within Boerse Stuttgart Group, Europe’s sixth-largest exchange group, is strategically positioning itself as a regulated and trusted infrastructure partner for financial institutions venturing into cryptocurrencies and digital assets. The appointment of Sastre aligns with the company’s commitment to growth in the institutional business in Europe.

Dr. Matthias Voelkel, CEO of Boerse Stuttgart Group, said: “One important layer of our strategy at Boerse Stuttgart Digital is growing our institutional business in Europe.

“We are very delighted that Joaquín Sastre Ibáñez, with his extensive experience and international network, is joining us in our effort to become the infrastructure partner of choice for banks, asset managers and other financial institutions across Europe for crypto and digital assets. Joaquín will have a pivotal role in enhancing Boerse Stuttgart Digital’s institutional business and further expanding our client base.”

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