Lasbery Chioma Oludimu joins the Executive Team of Leading African Fintech Yellow Card
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March, 8 2023
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Yellow Card proudly announces the promotion of Lasbery Chioma Oludimu to its executive team as Data Protection Officer and Vice President of Legal, Commercial and Product.
Yellow Card is proud to announce the promotion of Lasbery Chioma Oludimu who joins the company’s executive team as the Chief Data Protection Officer and Vice President of Legal, Commercial and Product.
Lasbery has a wealth of experience in the fintech, blockchain, and cryptocurrency space. She previously held the position of Director of Legal Services of Yellow Card where she led the legal and regulatory functions of the company across 16 African countries.
"Lasbery has been an exceptional member of our legal team, consistently demonstrating a high level of expertise and commitment to excellence. We are thrilled to have her join the executive team as we continue to expand our product offerings and operations across the continent," said Yellow Card CEO, Chris Maurice.
Speaking on the promotion, Lasbery says this depicts her values, experience and outstanding achievements in her previous role.
“I appreciate the opportunity to take up new responsibilities and further contribute to the organisation's growth. In my new role, I will manage legal issues relating to key commercial transactions, product offerings and data privacy issues. I will also oversee legal and regulatory matters in some of our key markets, including Nigeria and South Africa. It is a huge role, and I am excited about it,” She said.
Lasbery is a Member of the Nigerian Bar Association, a Member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (UK), a Capital Market Solicitor of the Nigerian Capital Market , and an Associate Member of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators. She joined Yellow Card's Executive Team as Chief Data Protection Officer and Vice President of Legal, Commercial and Product.
About Yellow Card:
Yellow Card is an innovative financial services company. Since launching in Nigeria in 2019 the pan-African startup has remained committed to making cryptocurrencies accessible to anyone in Africa. In 2022 the Company launched Yellow Pay—a crypto-powered way to send value across borders.