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GFG Group appoints CEO

GFG Group appoints CEO

Andreas Kazamias to be based in Auckland for electronics payment solutions company

Electronic payments solutions and services company GFG Group announced it has appointed Andreas Kazamias as chief executive officer,

Based in Auckland, Kazamias will guide implementation of the company plan and operational performance of all the GFG Group companies.

Kazamias will start in his new role on March 11.

Kazamias comes to GFG from Easy Forex, an online foreign exchange trading company, where he serves as CIO. He has nearly thirty years experience in leadership roles in the financial services industry in Australia, Europe and in the UK.

GFG Group Chairman Ralph Green says the new appointment is highly strategic as the company looks to accelerate growth in Africa, Asia and South America. GFG is headquartered in Auckland and currently has offices in Australia, the Philippines, Singapore and Dubai.

GFG has a global partnership with Australia-based IT services specialist Attra.


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