Wave Financial Hires Henry Elder As Director Of Investment Strategybr>
Wave Financial Group has hired Henry K. Elder as Director of Investment Strategy.
Wave Financial is a diversified investment and asset management firm focused on digital assets and blockchain technology. It offers strategic products and services structured to provide liquidity and access to established cryptocurrencies as well as rapidly growing projects.
Elder has an extensive background in structuring investment products backed by physical assets as well as asset tokenization. He currently serves as the President of the International Blockchain Real Estate Association (IBREA), an organization dedicated to supporting the adoption of blockchain technology in the real estate industry. Elder also co-founded Digital Asset Advisors, a leading blockchain consultancy headquartered in Los Angeles. In early 2018, as Director of Origination & Investment at Slice, he oversaw the tokenization of one of the first commercial properties in the United States.
As Wave Financial’s Director of Investment Strategy, Elder will be responsible for managing client relationships and product strategy. He will lead the distribution of Wave’s investment products globally with a focus on Europe and the Middle East. He will report to Wave’s President and Managing Partner, Benjamin Tsai and work closely with the product structuring team.
“Henry brings a wealth of experience in asset tokenization and an extensive network of professional connections in the blockchain industry,” said Tsai. “He will fill an important role as a liaison to our growing roster of clients, and his hire will better position Wave to take advantage of opportunities to tokenize high-demand alternative assets that we expect to appreciate in value.”
“I was an early adopter of blockchain and have confidence in its ability to disrupt traditional industries,” said Elder. “I am thrilled to have the opportunity to apply my expertise in tokenization and financial product strategy at Wave and help bridge the divide between traditional investors and the future of finance.”