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H2X Global appoints new CEO

The new CEO will look to continue expanding H2X Global throughout the global vehicle market

Emerging vehicle brand H2X Global has announced the appointment of a new CEO while revealing it has its sights set on an initial public offering (IPO).

Antony Tolfts has been revealed as the brand’s new CEO, bringing more than 20 years of experience in financial services and as a director of listed companies.

Most recently, Tolfts was the CEO of fintech platform Blu Horseshoe.

“I’m looking forward to working with the H2X leadership team as together we scale these existing achievements, while keeping our sights set on an IPO on a major global exchange,” Tolfts says.

Prior to Blu Horseshoe, he was working in listing and compliance for the Sydney Stock Exchange and had key managerial roles at Computershare.

H2X says he importantly has international market experience, having worked for Barclays Private Bank in London and HSBC in Sri Lanka and India.

Having started as CEO yesterday, Tolfts will help bring H2X Global further into the vehicle market.

United H2 Limited Team (UHL), the founding shareholder of H2X, says it’s excited to see the hydrogen vehicle company take this critical step forward and continue focusing on delivering a planned liquidity event on a major exchange for shareholders.

“Given the progress H2X has made, UHL is looking to sell a limited parcel of H2X Global shares so it can be reinvested back into the growth of the overall group,” UHL says.

“We look forward to being part of H2X’s journey as it becomes a worldwide provider of hydrogen vehicles and executes its planned IPO.”

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