Ftac Olympus Acquisition Corp (NASDAQ: PAYO) appoints Heather Tookes and Rich Williams to its Board of Directors.
Both Appointments will be part of significant company teams
Tookes will also aid as a participant of the Inspection and Reimbursement Teams, and Mr. Williams will serve as a participant of the Inspection and Threat Committees.
“We are privileged to welcome Heather and Rich as autonomous leaders to our Board,” said Scott Galit, Chief Executive Officer of Payoneer. “Heather brings substantial know-how in business investment and capital marketplaces founded on her widespread study and coaching at the Yale School of Management and transports robust public corporation board involvement from her while with KCG Holdings (NYSE: KCG). Rich’s imposing occupation comprises noteworthy knowledge in ecommerce, know-how, promotion, financial amenities and business ascendency. We look forward to their proficient leadership as we work together to propagate Payoneer as a public corporation.”
Tookes is a Professor of Finance at the Yale School of Management and has been on the Yale School of Management staff since 2004. She also presently functions on the panel of Ariel Investments and beforehand served on the panel of KCG Holdings.
Williams functioned as CEO at Groupon from 2015-2020. Beforehand he competed for a diversity of global promotion and publicizing sides at Amazon and expended seven years of emerging marketing agendas and skills at Experian. Mr. Williams is presently CEO of Alkuri Global Acquisition Corp (NASDAQ: KURI) and CEO of The Value Studio. He studied Aerospace Engineering and Political Science at the University of Southern California.
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