Ripple’s CFO Kristina Steps Down Amid SEC Lawsuit

Kristina Campbell, the chief financial officer (CFO) of Ripple, left her position after two years and seven months and began a new position at Maven Clinic.
Ripple's CFO Kristina Steps Down Amid SEC Lawsuit
Ripple’s CFO Kristina Steps Down Amid SEC Lawsuit

Kristina Campbell, who was the chief financial officer of Ripple, left the organization to take the same position at Maven Clinic.

During her two and a half years and seven months at Ripple, Campell made a major contribution to the company’s financial operations. Ripple doesn’t make any announcement regarding her leaving, though.

Particularly with regard to the ongoing legal dispute with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Kristina had a significant influence on Ripple‘s financial management. She also managed Metaco, a Swiss-based institutional crypto asset service provider, being acquired by Ripple for $250 million.

Metaco was purchased by Ripple as its first significant acquisition. Fortress Trust was the second acquisition made by Ripple in 2023.

She retires from the financial sector after a stellar career full of noteworthy achievements. She has taken the post of CFO at Maven Clinic, a virtual healthcare provider specializing in women and families, according to her LinkedIn page.

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