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There you go! Movement Matters - a weekly moves tracker!

Here is the list of important appointments and recruitments announced in the last two weeks all around the world.
There you go! Movement Matters - a weekly moves tracker!

We bring you the appointment and recruitment round-ups from earlier this week that happened along the way. Check them out below:

Zoom names ex-Googler Greg Tomb as president

Zoom Video Communications, commonly known as Zoom, announced earlier this week the appointment of Greg Tomb as the company's President effective June 7, 2022. 

Tomb would be reporting to the Zoom founder and CEO Eric S. Yuan.

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HR transformation expert Vikrant Khanna joins Darwinbox

Earlier this week, HR transformation and innovation expert Vikrant Khanna joined Darwinbox as Senior Director - Innovation and Insights, for the recently crowned unicorn. 

Coming from a deep professional background of HR transformation, innovation, change management, and capability development across multiple geographies, Vikrant's move to Darwinbox is his first in the HR technology sphere after his most recent stint at Deloitte, where he was Director, HR Transformation.

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Tropicana names William J. Kelley Jr. and Rogier Smeets as new CFO and CEO, Europe

Earlier this week, FMCG giant Tropicana Brands Group has named William J. Kelley, Jr. as Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and Rogier Smeets as Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Europe. The appointments would be effective at the end of June and June 13th respectively.

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IMF appoints Krishna Srinivasan APAC director

Earlier this week, The International Monetary Fund named Indian national Krishna Srinivasan as Director of the Asia Pacific Department. His work in the new role commences on 22 June.

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DigniFi names Mariana Coontz and Kristy Nordmann as Chief Financial Officer and Chief People Officer

Yesterday, finTech company DigniFi announced the appointment of Mariana Coontz as Chief Financial Officer and Kristy Nordmann as Chief People Officer. 

The company, which financially helps auto dealers and small businesses across the country grow their revenue, expands their ‘above-average level of diversity’ with the appointment of women leaders.

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