Binance stock market, which is in the grip of regulation all over the world, continues to take steps without giving up in this sense. Recently, the stock market started to look for a CEO responsible for the Asia region. The company is said to be in talks with the former head of Abu Dhabi’s Center for Global Markets.
Binance, which is the world’s largest exchange in terms of volume, and which CEO Changpeng Zhao says “I spend all day thinking about regulations”, has started to look for a CEO for the Asian region and even started negotiations with an important candidate.
According to the news in Bloomberg from the American media, Binance reached out to Richard Teng, former head of the Abu Dhabi Center for Global Markets, and started discussions with him for Asia region responsibility. There was no information on how Teng responded or whether he accepted the quest.
Teng, who worked as a regulatory manager at the Singapore Stock Exchange for 7 years, also held the same position at Singapore’s Monetary Authority for 13 years. Teng left the Abu Dhabi Center for Global Markets for 6 years in March this year.
There is also a search for the position of general CEO
Changpeng Zhao, the CEO of the stock market, which was virtually surrounded by regulatory agencies in many parts of the world from the USA to Thailand, from Europe to the Cayman Islands, said that they were looking for a CEO instead of him in the past weeks and that this person should be a knowledgeable person about regulations.
The exchange continues its search for a CEO for its US branch, Binance US. As it will be remembered, Binance US CEO Brian Brooks resigned from his 3.5-month duty on August 6th.
Zhao, also known as CZ, stated in a statement today that he spends 80 percent of his time thinking about regulations.Share this article