Binance, the world’s leading crypto and blockchain infrastructure provider, has announced the appointment of Nadeem Anjarwalla as its Director for East Africa, leading business operations across over 12 markets in the region. He brings with him extensive experience in building and scaling business operations across many industries.
Prior to joining Binance, Nadeem served as Partner at Global Founders Capital, a global venture capital fund where he was responsible for making and managing the funds investments across Africa primarily in early stage technology enabled businesses.
Nadeem served as an advisor on a number of the investments, helping guide, navigate and scale their operations, a thread common throughout his career including while General Manager at Uber Eats where he sat on the Sub-Saharan Africa Leadership Team and scaled Uber Eats’ presence in the region.
Nadeem holds a BA in Philosophy Politics and Economics from Oxford University and a MA from Stanford University.
“I am proud to be joining Binance at such a pivotal moment in the industry. While still early, the East African region has seen tremendous growth in recent times and I look forward to aiding blockchain adoption and leading the charge that is revolutionising innovation, financial inclusion and economic competitiveness across East Africa”, said Nadeem.
With certain regions in East Africa being some of Africa’s largest crypto markets, Nadeem joins at a crucial moment for blockchain and crypto in the region. As the regional director, he is set to enhance the growing community in East Africa and support the region in being part of the technological revolution that is changing the world.