Cowen Digital taps crypto-native firms to expand institutional sales team

Two new appointments bring a wide range of experience to the firm, having previously served at and Coinbase, respectively.

Cowen Digital has made a string of new executive appointments to expand its institutional sales team, drawing talent from various digital asset businesses.

Among the new appoints is Jackie Rose, who joins Cowen Digital as director of institutional sales, bringing a range of experience in investor relations, private equity and investment banking to the firm.

Rose joins from, where she served as head of institutional business development.

Prior to that, she served as vice president of investor relations at Park Square Capital, responsible for managing fundraising processes across the firm’s private credit products.

Earlier in her career, Rose operated as an associate at The Carlyle Group as well as an investment banking analyst for JP Morgan.

“These new hires bolster our existing team as we continue to develop the business and expand into new growth areas.”

Elsewhere, Chase Campbell has been appointed as vice president of digital asset sales.

He joins Cowen Digital from Coinbase, where he served as an institutional sales associate, supporting US clients spanning traditional finance and crypto-native firms as they looked to trade digital assets. 

Rose and Campbell join Cowen Digital’s existing team which includes Keith Coyne, head of strategy and product, and Kyrill Firshein, senior salesperson.

“We are delighted to welcome Jackie Rose and Chase Campbell onto our team to harness the experience they bring from both the crypto-native and institutional sides of the industry,” said Drew Forman, head of Cowen Digital.

“These new hires bolster our existing team as we continue to develop the business and expand into new growth areas.”

Other recent hires at Cowen Digital include David Kroger as digital data scientist, Nolan Aibel as digital asset associate, and Juan Velez as an analyst.

“Cowen Digital is actively hiring and expanding our team in a strategic build over the next five years,” added Eric Rose, head of execution at Cowen Digital.

“Despite recent volatility in the sector, we continue to see growth and investment opportunities for the long-term.”