Scott is a Non-Executive Director of Sheer Markets (Cyprus) Ltd.
Scott is a seasoned executive with 30 plus years of derivative’s experience. He has extensive trading experience and the ability to identify and mitigate trading, credit, operational and regulatory risks, through the introduction of technology solutions. Scott is considered an expert in risk mitigation techniques from both a mathematical and theoretical perspective. Major projects have resulted in increased revenues, reduced costs and lowered trading, operational and implementation risks. Scott is a proven problem solver, change and project leader who has managed International teams through major technology transformations in the financial services industry.
Scott spent two decades as the Chief Dealer for Credit Lyonnais Rouse, running and providing leadership for its 24-hour Metals and F/X trading desk. As Chief dealer, Scott traveled extensively, marketing the trading desk and building relationships in the trading community. He had full responsibility for P+L, staffing and the growth of the trading desk. As the 20th century came to a close, Scott became interested in Technology and its effect on Trading desks and Trading environments. Scott spent the next 15 years as Technology Director for Bache Commodities. As this transition continues, Scott is now a passionate purveyor of transformation and disruption through the use of Automation, Data Intelligence, Distributed Ledgers and Digitization technology.
While working on building a Digital Consulting firm, Scott was recruited to be the CEO of Orebits Corp. a startup, and one of the world’s first Asset Digitization companies. The success of Orebits Asset Digitization model allowed for the digitization of over one billion dollars of Unrefined Gold and proved without a doubt that the market for Digitized Assets had not only been born but was ready for its wider debut in the financial markets!
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