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Gresham Technologies Appoints New Board Members

Gresham Technologies has appointed Jenny Knott and Dr. Ruth Wandhöfer as Non-Executive Directors. The appointments follow the recent news of a Clareti Annualised Recurring Revenue (ARR) increase of 18% to £10.7 million and a significant new Tier 1 bank win during H1 2020.

Knott is the co-founder of FinTech Strategic Advisors, and has previously held C-suite roles in investment banking. Dr Wandhöfer’s experience includes spearheading regulatory and market strategy for Treasury and Trade Solutions at Citi, advising the European Banking Federation on Securities Services and Payments, and serving as a NED of the London Stock Exchange.

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