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Investoo Group Appoints James Beale as Chief Finance Officer

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Investoo Group is pleased to announce the appointment of James Beale as Chief Finance Officer.

With almost two decades of experience in leading financial positions, James will bring his expertise into the fast growing company.  

James will take the lead in building a strong financial accounting function, developing and optimising all elements of financial stewardship. As part of the executive team, he’ll also help mould the strategic direction of the Investoo Group.

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Investoo Group is the largest financial lead generation company in the world. The London-based company delivers top-quality lead generation and marketing services via a portfolio of websites in the rapidly evolving cryptocurrency, FX, shares and derivative trading markets.

James joins the team from Worldpay Group Plc, a global leader in payments processing, where he was Vice President of Divisional Finance. He has also worked for Debenhams and Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment.

“I’m delighted to join the Investoo Group at such a thrilling stage in its journey, operating in a cutting-edge industry in a nimble and forward-thinking way.

I couldn’t turn down the chance to join this energetic, driven and creative team, directly influencing its success and trajectory and helping to unlock the potential of the Group,” James commented.

David Merry, CEO and Chairman of the Board of Investoo Group, expressed his enthusiasm for the new hire:

“James brings a tremendous amount of experience to our team.

Finance will always play a crucial role in a fast-growing company like Investoo Group.

James impressed us throughout our extensive recruitment process with a keen eye for detail and a strong financial plan for our business going forward.”

 

For more information, please contact:

Linzi Nedoszytko – Head of Digital PR and Branded Content

[email protected]

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