Bangalore, India – 7th February 2024: BitSave, the leading crypto investment platform has announced the appointment of Ashwinder Raj Singh, CEO at Bhartiya Urban, as Chief Advisor. The advisory board led by Ashwinder is bolstered by his extensive experience in wealth management and real estate. As the author of A to Z real estate, and holding previous executive positions Ashwinder comes with adeptness at merging conventional business strategies with innovative tactics. This aligns with BitSave’s philosophy of democratizing crypto investing, most safely and securely possible.

As the Co-chairman of the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) Real Estate Committee, Ashwinder holds strong expertise in managing high-value clients. With previous experience from Citibank, Deutsche Bank & ICICI Bank, he has served across leadership roles in traditional finance and wealth management companies.

“At BitSave, we prioritize delivering a premium and secure product for digital asset management. In our journey to retain and grow as a trusted platform; Mr. Singh’s guidance will empower us to navigate and penetrate the crypto wealth management industry,” said Zakhil Suresh, CEO at BitSave.

Since its launch in late 2022, BitSave has been growing organically managing over a hundred lakhs INR ($125,000) in AUM, the firm manages crypto portfolios transparently and securely. As the first retail crypto index fund tracking the Bloomberg Galaxy Crypto Index, BitSave stands to comply and grow as a regulated platform in various jurisdictions across India and globally. The published on-chain Proof-of-Reserves and Liabilities tracking on BitSave gives complete visibility of users’ fund’s balance sheet – democratizing crypto fund management.

“BitSave’s innovative approach to crypto investing aligns with my vision for strategic business initiatives. Founder Zakhil Suresh’s forward-thinking approach and the company’s commitment to revolutionizing the crypto landscape were compelling reasons for me to be part of this transformative journey,” said Ashwinder Raj Singh, Chief Advisor at BitSave.