Alexander Grieve

Vice President, Tiger Hill Partners

Alexander Grieve serves as Vice President at Washington, DC policy and regulatory advisory firm Tiger Hill Partners, where he leads the firm’s digital assets practice.

Alex joined Tiger Hill Partners in 2021 after four years as a government affairs and regulatory specialist for The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (DTCC), the preeminent global financial market infrastructure, securities clearinghouse, and trade data repository. At DTCC, he specialized in market structure, cybersecurity, and emerging fintech issues, with a particular focus on distributed ledger/blockchain technology and digital assets policy. 

Alex advises a range of early-stage digital assets startups, as well as the Yale Blockchain Initiative at the Yale Center for International Finance.

Alex also previously co-founded biosecurity software company Trace in the early days of the Covid-19 pandemic. Trace was featured in the Wall Street Journal for delivering Bluetooth-based health and safety technology solutions to private middle and secondary schools and small businesses nationwide.

Alex spent his early career in Washington, DC as an aide to Speaker of the House John Boehner on Capitol Hill, working there until the Speaker’s retirement in October of 2015.  He also worked on the Gabriel Gomez for US Senate campaign in Massachusetts, and in the office of Democratic Senator Jim Webb of Virginia.

Alex earned his Masters of Business Administration from the Yale School of Management and his Bachelor of Arts from Colgate University.