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findexable appoints former 11:FS Foundry CEO as chair

By Sunniva Kolostyak

October 02, 2020


FinTech platform findexable has hired Leda Glyptis, the former 11:FS Foundry CEO, to drive development, research and innovation as its chair. findexable is the data analytics firm behind the first global platform of FinTech companies and hubs. It has created the Global FinTech Index to benchmark, compare and analyse FinTech markets, categories, companies and products. […]

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