Binance France director resigns, adding to list of exits from crypto exchange


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Stéphanie Cabossioras has stepped down from her function as the manager director of Binance France, changing into no less than the tenth senior govt to go away Binance this 12 months.

In an Oct. 19 publish on X (previously generally known as Twitter), Binance France resident David Prinçay confirmed Cabossioras’ departure and expressed his gratitude for her work on the trade.

“We thank Stéphanie for her robust contribution to Binance France and need her the most effective for her subsequent problem,” wrote Prinçay.

Cabossioras first joined Binance in April 2022, appearing as head of authorized on the French arm of the crypto trade, earlier than being promoted to govt director in November of the identical 12 months.

A spokesperson from Binance informed Cointelegraph that its French-based operations proceed to develop and that Cabossioras’ departure had “no affect on its operations.”

Earlier than becoming a member of the crypto trade, Cabossioras was the final counsel at Autorité des Marchés Financiers, the group accountable for a lot of the monetary regulation within the Canadian province of Quebec.

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Binance’s France arm fell under local investigation in June, with the Paris Prosecutor’s Workplace citing “acts of aggravated cash laundering” amongst a litany of different prices as the idea for the investigation.

Together with her departure, Cabossioras provides her title to a roster of at least 10 senior executives to go away Binance over the course of this 12 months alone.

On July 6, three executives announced their respective departures, together with chief technique officer Patrick Hilman, normal counsel Han Ng and Binance’s international vp of selling and communications, Steve Milton.

Binance CEO Changpeng “CZ” Zhao addressed these departures on July 7, describing them as regular elements of his firm’s evolution whereas dismissing stories on them as FUD, an acronym for “concern, uncertainty and doubt.”

Binance’s authorized woes have solely worsened following various high-profile lawsuits made in opposition to it by regulators in the USA. In March, the Commodities Futures Buying and selling Fee sued CZ, Binance and its affiliates for a collection of alleged buying and selling violations.

In June, the U.S. Securities and Trade Fee launched authorized proceedings of their very own, suing CZ, Binance and its affiliates for allegedly working as an unregistered securities dealer, amongst different prices.

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