Crypto hiring: Binance parts ways with multiple anti-crime staffers
A senior counter-terrorism official joins the growing list to leave crypto exchange Binance in recent months....
- Jennifer Hicks, Binance's senior counter-terrorism official, has left the company just two months after being appointed to lead the crypto firm's first-ever counter-terrorism finance advisory.
- Suleiman M., a former Binance financial crime investigator, has also announced his departure from the exchange, citing "recent redundancy" as the reason.
- These departures are part of a larger trend of senior official departures from Binance, including the former head of product, head of Asia-Pacific, and high-level officials for Binance's operations in the UK, France, Eastern Europe, and CIS.
- Nana Murugesan, senior vice president of international and business development at Coinbase, has announced that he will be leaving the company in the first quarter of next year. Murugesan was part of Coinbase's effort to find "forward-looking regulators" to help the firm expand abroad.
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The sentiment of the article is negative, as it highlights the departures of senior officials from both Binance and Coinbase.
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