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GoldMoney appoints two directors

GoldMoney, the online precious metals trader, has strengthened its management expertise with the promotion of two new directors, Natasha Le Dain-Cyples and Christina Irgel.

Le Dain-Cyples and Irgel have joined chief financial officer Peter Wright in leading the day-to-day business of the British-based company with chief executive officer, Geoff Turk.
 
Le Dain-Cyples is head of human resources for GoldMoney. 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. Le Dain-Cyples joined the team in 2012 from Standard Bank where she was a consultant.
 
“GoldMoney is at an exciting stage of development, and we are developing a dynamic future strategy for the business which fully utilises the expertise and experience of our workforce,” she says. “We have a versatile and engaged management committee who work really well together so, along with our dedicated team, we are looking forward to taking the company to the next level.”
 
Irgel is general counsel for GoldMoney. She is a dually qualified solicitor (England & Wales and Germany) and has extensive global investment banking experience. Irgel joined GoldMoney in 2012 and previously worked at Citigroup, Standard Chartered Bank and Goldman Sachs.
 
Turk says: “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.” 


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