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Indigita Appoints Achille Deodato as CEO

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Swiss regtech firm Indigita has announced Achille Deodato as its new CEO. Leading teams based in Geneva, Zurich and Lisbon, Deodato will be responsible for the future development of the firm’s digital cross-border compliance solutions. He joins Indigita from a Zurich-based electronic identity solution provider, where he held the role of chief operating officer. He was formerly senior project manager at a consulting company, and chief commercial officer in a Geneva-based bank. Indigita is owned by swiss regulatory risk management firm BRP Bizzozero & Partners.

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