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Reuben Abela on Monday shared that he has been appointed Chief Revenue Officer at Andaria Financial Services.

His new role comes nine months after he joined the fintech company’s Malta office as Head of Commercial.

Prior to that, he worked at payments optimisation platform Ixaris, which has since been acquired by Nium. During his more than four years there, he worked as Group Head of Customer Success, Director of Client Experience, and General Manager.

Additionally, Mr Abela served as Head of Customer Experience at Entropay for a year and a half. He was also Head of Commercial Operations at IoTFabrix and Worldfone, as well as Project Manager E-Business at Malta Communications Authority, among other roles.

He holds a Master of Science in Business Innovation & eBusiness from Birkbeck University of London, and a Bachelor of Commerce (Hons) in Public Policy from University of Malta.

Andaria Financial Services is a fintech company that is also a licenced e-money institution in both the UK and Malta. Through its global multicurrency business accounts and embedded finance solutions, it is on a “mission to make digital financial services more accessible, simple and transparent for all businesses”.

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