Currenex has appointed Bruce Carmedelle as Chief Financial Officer. At Currenex, Bruce’s role will include directing the continued growth of Currenex, providing strategic leadership as the key spokesperson to the investment community and overseeing all financial functions at the company. Prior to joining Currenex, Bruce was the Chief Financial Officer of Telephia, a leading provider of competitive market intelligence for the wireless industry. Previously, he was the Chief Financial Officer and Controller for Preview Travel, a leading Internet travel agency that has since merged with Travelocity. He has also held a senior position at General Cellular Corporation and began his career at Price Waterhouse.
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