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Canadian blockchain firm Equibit Group assembles advisory committees on board
Canada-based Equibit Group, creator of the Equibit blockchain and blockchain applications for the global securities industry, announced that the company is assembling various committees of advisors to its board.
The move will help guide the company in its leadership by offering insights, advice as well as analysis in areas of the expertise of respective member. Equibit stated that it is adding two committees on top of the already existing Cybersecurity committee: Strategy, Risk and Compliance.
“Groupthink is detrimental when plotting business strategy, and it’s important to hear from different perspectives when considering the next move for the company, evaluating opportunities, and assessing risk,” Chris Horlacher, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, said. “Having committees that include thought leaders and industry experts allows for Equibit Group’s leadership to have a better understanding of the market and examine different points of view.”
The new strategy committee members include Manie Eagar, Chairman of the Blockchain Association of Canada and CEO of Digital Futures. He will bring over 25 years of experience driving new wealth creation, business growth and strategic innovation to the advisory team. The committee will also see joining of Rik Willard of the Agentic Group, who is a media and startup professional with over two-decades of experience.
Also, the strategy committee will see Greg Murphy, Founder and Principal of Bolton Capital and Partner in Outlier Ventures; the risk and compliance committee will include David Gilkes, the Vice-Chairman of the Private Capital Markets Association of Canada and President of North Star Compliance and Regulatory Solutions; and J. Alexander Moore, Partner at Davies, Ward, Phillips & Vineberg LLP.
Equibit Group has added leaders and experts in the financial, legal, cryptocurrency and cybersecurity industries in order to apply to become an advisor. The company has also invited applications from seasoned professionals in one of these industries, who would like to contribute to the future of securities and investor relations.