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Ripple CFO Leaves Job!

Ripple CFO

Ripple CFO (Financial Affairs Director) Kristina Campbell, left the company after about two and a half years.

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Kristina Campbell’s LinkedIn profile shows she no longer works at Ripple. Also, she has started working as a CFO at digital health services provider Maven Clinic from this month.

The executive, a graduate of Harvard University, had worked in financial services for several years before joining Ripple in 2021 .

In a statement made by the company’s spokesperson;

We are grateful for Kristina’s leadership over the past 2+ years and for her contributions to the company as we have overcome strong global momentum, business growth and regulatory adversities. Ripple continues to maintain its strong financial position and is focused on its ongoing success in key markets worldwide.”

Ripple is on the Rise

The company entered a war with the regulatory body SEC when the latter took legal action against it. In addition, a trial is planned for next year.

Despite facing difficulties such as lawsuits, Ripple continues to expand in many places such as Singapore.

The Company Received a License in Singapore

Blockchain payment company Ripple has received a digital asset license from the Singapore Monetary Authority.

Ripple, with its new Major Payments Corporation (MPI) license, allows the company to provide regulated digital asset token services in the country. The acquired license is only valid for Ripple’s subsidiary in Singapore, Ripple Markets APAC Pte Ltd.

In a statement made by the company’s CEO Brad Garlinghouse,

Since we established Singapore as our Asia Pacific headquarters in 2017, the country has played a very important role in Ripple’s global business.

In addition, “we have recruited extraordinary talents and local leadership, doubled the number of staff last year, and plan to continue expanding our presence in a progressive jurisdiction like Singapore” he said.

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