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JPMorgan’s crypto veteran Christine Moy joins investment firm Apollo

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Apollo Global Management, one of the world’s largest investment and private equity firms with over $450 billion in total assets, has hired Christine Moy, a former crypto executive at JPMorgan, as it looks to invest in the web3 industry.

Moy has joined Apollo as partner and head of digital asset strategy, a source familiar with the matter told The Block. Bloomberg first reported the news.

“She might be the most senior woman or even person in tradfi [traditional finance] asset management dedicated to digital assets,” the source said.

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