Credit Suisse's Chris McMillan Exits for Role at TAP Advisors – Bloomberg

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Credit Suisse Group AG’s head of web3 investment banking Chris McMillan is leaving the firm for a role at TAP Advisors, according to people with knowledge of the matter.
New York-based McMillan is set to join TAP, a boutique investment banking and advisory firm, in coming months as managing director and as head of technology, said some of the people, all of whom requested anonymity discussing confidential information. Web3 is tech-industry jargon for internet applications tied to the blockchain, or the digital ledger that enables Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. 


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