Ripple CFO Kristina Campbell exits company

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  • Ripple’s Chief Financial Officer of roughly two and a half years has departed the crypto company and started working in the health care industry. 

Ripple's Chief Financial Officer Kristina Campbell has left the company after about two and a half years.

Campbell's LinkedIn profile shows that she no longer works at Ripple and instead, as of this month, started working as CFO at Maven Clinic, a digital health care provider. The Harvard-educated executive previously worked several years in financial services before joining Ripple in April 2021.

"We’re grateful for Kristina’s leadership over the past 2+ years and her contributions to the company as we’ve experienced strong global momentum, business growth and navigated regulatory headwinds," a Ripple spokesperson said by email. "Ripple remains in strong financial standing and is laser-focused on its continued success in key markets around the world."


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Ripple has been engaged in a battle with the Securities and Exchange Commission, with the regulatory agency suing the company. A trial is slated for next year.

The crypto market has been exceedingly volatile thanks in large part to a prolonged bear market, and layoffs have been common. Ripple, meanwhile, has been making inroads in markets outside the U.S., including the Asia Pacific region.  

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