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GoldMoney appoints new directors

GoldMoney appoints new directors

Tuesday 03 June 2014

GoldMoney appoints new directors

Tuesday 03 June 2014

Online precious metals trader, GoldMoney, has strengthened its management steam with the appointment of two new directors.

Natasha Le Dain-Cyples and Christina Irgel have joined chief financial officer, Peter Wright, and the Chief Executive Officer, Geoff Turk, in leading the day-to-day business of the British-based company.

Mr Turk said: “The appointments of Christina and Natasha as directors has proven to add further expertise to the top tier of GoldMoney's management. They join Pete who has been with the business for seven years and together, as long-standing members of the Management Committee, both the board and I have full confidence that they will do an excellent job, as proven in the past.”

Mrs Irgel is also general counsel for GoldMoney. A dually-qualified solicitor (England and Wales and Germany) she has extensive global investment banking experience. She joined GoldMoney in 2012.

She said: “GoldMoney is already one of the world leaders in online physical precious metals trading and storage, but whilst gold has been a store of wealth for centuries, the environment in which we operate is constantly changing. We have some exciting plans for the business and our customers, and I am looking forward to working with the team to bring these to fruition.” 

Mrs Le Dain-Cyples, also joined the business in 2012, and is also the Head of Human Resources. She has 20 years of senior management experience with a strong understanding of the needs of a business from a strategic people management and organisational perspective. 

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