Tony Pettipiece

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Tony Pettipiece
Occupation Chairman of the Board
Employer GRIP Investments
Location Chicago
LinkedIn Profile

Tony Pettipiece is a Chicago-based consultant who serves as the chairman of GRIP Investments and as a board member of the Chicago association and chair of policy & regulation committee for the Global Digital Asset & Cryptocurrency Association. He is a principal with TPLLC Consulting.[1][2]


Pettipiece previously served as the director of sales for Vela (formerly SR Labs). He also had a previous stint with Vela as vice president for sales for North America. He has also been head of sales and marketing for Cape City Command.

Before that, he was global head of prediction trading at UBS. He also served as a technology manager for JP Morgan.



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