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GeoComply appoints Sarafina Wolde Gabriel as Senior Director of Global Markets

Sarafina Wolde Gabriel has joined GeoComply as its new Senior Director of Global Markets.

This appointment is centred around GeoComply’s international market expansion of compliance and anti-fraud products and services.

With almost two decades of experience in digital technology, Gabriel previously served the role of VP of Strategy with Income Access, a Paysafe company.

In her role at Paysafe, she focused on growing all commercial units at Income Access and driving the company’s suite of products and services, thus helping the business become an important affiliate marketing platform of the online gambling sector.

During her career, she has served as Chief Marketing Officer, Director of Marketing and Affiliate Manager.

Gabriel graduated in International Business and Marketing in 1997 from Concordia University, and holds a Masters Degree in Marketing from the University of Surrey.

Lindsay Slader, Managing Director of Gaming, said: “Sarafina’s experience in gaming and digital technology fills a critical role for supporting GeoComply’s global market expansion.

“We are excited to have her bolster our relationships with gaming industry clients, regulators and partners across the globe.”

As the new Senior Director of Global Markets, Gabriel will be in charge of leading GeoComply’s new commercial strategy

GeoComply is a trusted provider in the digital industry that offers proven, secure and accurate geolocation compliance and location fraud detection solutions.

The company services the iGaming, streaming video broadcasters and online banking, payments and cryptocurrency industries. Its list of customers includes global customers like Amazon Prime Video, BBC, DraftKings, FanDuel, MGM Resorts and more.

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