Chris Truce, a decision-maker at Saxo Bank, has recently joined the board of directors of Malta Digital Exchange. Malta Digital Exchange (MDX), which is bringing in a security token exchange platform, has named Chris Truce the new non-executive director of its board of directors, Truce is the head of fintech at Danish investment bank known as Saxo Bank. He has worked in the business services sector for more than 15 years and enlarged his knowledge in digital business conversion and API-first developments.
Truce had numerous responsibilities at foremost investment banking companies before working for Saxo. He was an account manager at ING Bank Australia’s construction and property finance unit, assistant portfolio manager at ANZ Bank’s property money unit, and an intern at Macquarie Bank in Australia. At Saxo Bank, Truce is tasked with the commercialization of the bank’s Open Banking Solutions and the growth of Saxo’s fintech collaboration policy.
Given his wide-range knowledge and involvement in fintech and worldwide monetary industry, Truce will hold an optimum role at Malta Digital Exchange, which will allow him to lead the company’s premeditated international growth. With the predictable MDX security token exchange introduction set to touch upon Virtual Financial Assets (VFA), it is comprehensible as to why the company is looking for the best in the industry. As stated in Bitcoin Exchange Guide, being a committee member of the monetary Markets Association Malta, Truce has adequate know-how in managing MDX.
At present, MDX is looking to get a license from the Malta Financial Services Authority. Because of the blockchain-friendly environment and promising legal framework, the team has chosen Malta as the perfect place for its security exchange product.
MDX is working to develop a platform to trade security token exchanges, which might transform the wealth markets by safeguarding higher liquidity, suitability, clearness, and safety, as published in Cryptovest.[The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views and/or the official policy of the website. ]