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Ripple adds former white house adviser to its board

Charles Thuo

Ripple, a distributed ledger company, has appointed a former senior White House Advisor, Michael Warren, to its board. 

Michael Warren is currently the managing director of a global and multinational consulting firm, Albright Stonebridge Group.

Michael Warren’s history and the White House

Michael Warren was appointed by President Barrack Obama in 2010 in the Overseas Private Investment Corporation Board where he served for nine years in the Audit Committee.

During the Clinton administration, Warren also served as director of the National Economic Council and is now in the Consultation field. Warren has over 20 years of experience in economic and geopolitical issues, international growth strategies, and stakeholder management issues that affect the global markets.

Michael Warren’s role in Ripple Company

Ripple expects that Warren will be able to take their company to another level in the global markets amid its ongoing disputes with the Exchange Commission and the U.S. Securities.

With his experience, the company is confident that he will be able to expand Ripple’s presence in the global markets as well as market the adoption of the company products, with the latter being part of the company’s growth strategy.

In a company statement Michael Warren said:

“I’m excited to join Ripple at such a pivotal moment in history, both for the company as well as crypto at large. I look forward to being a part of Ripple’s efforts to move the needle forward on crypto regulation while the company further solidifies its position as a leader in global finance and the digital economy.” 

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