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VANCOUVER, BC, June 17, 2022 /CNW/ - Mobilum Technologies Inc. ("Mobilum" or the "Company") (CSE: MBLM) (OTC: MBLMF) (FRA: C0B) is pleased to announce that it has appointed Dr. John Henderson, the Company's Chief Operating Officer, as Interim Chief Financial Officer ("CFO"), replacing Ms. Heidi Gutte. The Company thanks Ms. Gutte for her tenure as CFO.
"Heidi has been a valued member of our accounting team and has made significant contributions especially during our recent year-end reporting and audit," said Steven LaBella, Mobilum's CEO.
Incoming interim CFO, Dr. Henderson, is a PhD in Management and MBA in Finance with over 20 years in capital markets and senior management with publicly listed companies.
Steven LaBella stated, "John brings a strong track record of driving results and an exceptional background in capital markets, and we are happy to have him take on the role as interim CFO."
About Mobilum Technologies Inc.
Mobilum Technologies Inc. (CSE:MBLM) (OTC:MBLMF) (FRA:C0B) is a technology-driven Digital Service Provider (DSP) with a mission to make digital assets and cryptocurrencies accessible through traditional finance and payment infrastructure and digital asset management technologies, providing solutions for Exchanges, Wallets and Cryptocurrency Businesses, NFTs marketplaces, Protocols, Decentralized Applications and Decentralized Autonomous Organizations, Metaverse and Play-to-Earn games, and Traditional Finance Institutions (Banks, Hedge Funds, Insurance and Fintech companies) opening its doors to digital assets space. Our goal is to allow consumers around the world to convert fiat-to-crypto and crypto-to-fiat with Mobilum's on-ramp and off-ramp solutions. Mobilum has offices in Canada, Estonia, Lithuania, Poland, and the United States. For further information go to www.mobilum.com.
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