By: 24 November 2023

Launched in 2017, the UK-headquartered BCB Group provides infrastructure to the digital assets industry.

BCB Group co-founder Oliver Tonkin named as CEO

BCB Group, a crypto payment service provider, has appointed its co-founder Oliver Tonkin as chief executive officer.  

He will succeed fellow co-founder Oliver von Landsberg-Sadie, who is leaving the organisation. Under Landsberg-Sadie the Group secured the largest series A funding for a company in the UK blockchain industry, according to the Group.  

Launched in 2017, the UK-headquartered BCB Group provides infrastructure to the digital assets industry. It processes both fiat and cryptocurrencies. The Group’s clients include Crypto.com, Kraken and B2C2.  

Oliver Tonkin headshot

Oliver Tonkin Image: BCB Group

Tonkin is a qualified solicitor with more than 10 years of legal, operational and investment experience. He co-founded and ran his own boutique investment advisory firm for a number of years before co-founding BCB Group with Landsberg-Sadie.  

Tonkin commented: “With the unwavering dedication and expertise of our teams, BCB Group is a unique company that has grown significantly since its creation.  

“As a co-founder, I know only too well that the opportunities for us and our industry are as strong as ever. And to become chief executive officer will be a privilege and an honour as we seek to scale BCB Group to the next level.” 

Image: Canva  

Josh Poyser
Josh Poyser is a junior editor at FinTech Intel.