THREE QUESTIONS TO KHING OEI, FOUNDER OF ALPHASWAP

They are our clients, our friends, good contacts or just people we met in the crypto-community. They have a new vision, they are running great projects, they are developing new services or they just want to share their story. Havas Blockchain is interviewing key people of the blockchain ecosystem.

We are today with Khing Oei, Founder and CEO of AlphaSwap:

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  1. Can you present your background?

Prior to founding AlphaSwap, I was Founder and Chief Investment Officer of $200mm event-driven hedge fund Eyck Capital Management with EuroHedge nominations in 2015 and 2013. Previously to this, I was a Partner and Portfolio Manager at multi-billion dollar hedge fund Halcyon/Bardin Hill, and an Investment Professional at Fortress and Goldman Sachs’ Special Situations Investing Group.

I have a Master of Science in Econometrics and a Minor Degree in Business Mathematics & Computer Science from VU University in Amsterdam.

2. A word on your team and advisors?

Our team consists of top professionals from a variety of disciplines and backgrounds. Prior work experience includes Applied Blockchain, Block3, Aliaxis, Espeo, KBC, LSE, Credit Suisse and Microsoft/Skype. Our advisors include Bert Rigter who was a Partner and Co-Head of Multi-Style team at multi-billion institutional investor LGT Capital Partners. Two further advisors, which we are in the process of formalizing are an executive of a top-tier crypto exchange and a former partner of one of the world’s most renowned hedge funds.

3. Can you tell us more about Alphaswap?

AlphaSwap is a community-driven alpha capture and asset management platform powered by Blockchain-enabled voting and AI. Our mission is to enable a global pool of active investors the opportunity to monetize their investment ideas and market views in a meritocratic, democratic and transparent ecosystem.

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