SEBA Bank adds Sanjeev Karkhanis to its Board of Directors

– SWITZERLAND, Zug –  SEBA Bank AG, a FINMA licensed Swiss Bank providing a seamless, secure, and easy-to-use bridge between digital and traditional assets, today announced the addition of Sanjeev Karkhanis to its board of directors, effective immediately.

Until mid-2020, Karkhanis was a group managing director at UBS’ wealth management arm, where his most recent role was a senior global advisor for Asian ultra-wealthy clients.

This new Board appointment comes shortly after SEBA completed a CHF20m Series B fundraising from investors including Julius Baer last December to fuel accelerating growth expansion into new markets in the Middle East and Asia and support US institutional clients.

About Sanjeev Karkhanis

Sanjeev is a leader in Financial Risk Management, working with investors generating investment opportunities, reducing risk, and delivering impactful growth. At UBS he played a pivotal role in the Global Wealth Management business, firstly as Global Chief Risk Officer and later providing senior client coverage and leadership in cross-divisional collaboration to grow client franchise for APAC clients including Global Family offices and technology-based new economy clients in China. During his career, he had leadership roles in Wealth Management, Private Equity, Hedge Funds, Structured Derivatives, and Global Credit Transaction Decisions.

About SEBA Bank

SEBA is a licensed and supervised Swiss bank providing a seamless, secure, and easy-to-use bridge between digital and traditional assets. Secure, trade, and manage your cryptocurrencies, digital assets, and conventional securities all in one place.

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