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Chief Product Officer John Schaub
Source: Lynx Global Digital Finance
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  • Lynx Global Digital Finance Corporation (LYNX) has appointed John Schaub as its Chief Product Officer
  • Mr. Schaub will be instrumental in building out the company’s single payment platform infrastructure
  • Mr. Schaub has held senior roles in core banking, payments fraud prevention, insurance, compliance, and analytics
  • Lynx seeks to become a leader in financial technology, solutions, and services for large-scale merchants, financial institutions and other B2B industry partners
  • Lynx Global Digital Finance Corporation (LYNX) is currently down 1.52 per cent, trading at $0.325 per share

Lynx Global Digital Finance Corporation (LYNX) has appointed John Schaub as its Chief Product Officer.

As an industry leader with expertise in building financial services solutions, Mr. Schaub will be instrumental in building out the company’s single payment platform infrastructure.

Michael Penner, CEO of Lynx Global Finance, commented on Mr. Schaub’s appointment.

“As we complement our acquisition strategy with progress towards building our single payment platform,” he remarked, “we are delighted to have John Schaub on board to focus on successful implementation and execution.”

Mr. Schaub has held senior roles in core banking, payments fraud prevention, insurance, compliance, and analytics.

He comes with a wealth of experience from his time in the Canadian Credit Union System and led various projects including the creation of the largest fraud management services bureau delivery in Canada.

Most recently, Mr. Schaub served as CEO of CUPP Insurance.

“I look forward to the opportunity to build solutions that extend digital banking to new underserved markets,” said Mr. Schaub. “Massive potential markets remain untapped, and working with existing and new partners to deliver seamless integration of our payment infrastructure to the new digital economy is an incredible opportunity.”

Lynx seeks to become a leader in financial technology, solutions, and services for large-scale merchants, financial institutions and other B2B industry partners.

The company’s payment solutions are powered by a broad suite of payment technologies and services.

Lynx Global Digital Finance Corporation (LYNX) is currently down 1.52 per cent, trading at $0.325 per share as of 10:50 am ET.

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