BREINROCK Appoints Anne-Marie Vukovic as Chief Operating Officer

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Global payment solution provider BREINROCK has announced the appointment of Anne-Marie Vukovic as Chief Operating Officer.

The appointment comes at an auspicious moment for the company as it seeks to expand its outreach in the UK and worldwide. At the helm of BREINROCK’s UK office, Anne-Marie Vukovic will oversee the company’s operations in the country and build the global business development strategy centered on digital asset business development.

Zoran Radovanovic, BREINROCK CEO said: “I am delighted to welcome Anne-Marie Vukovic to BREINROCK. As we expand our product range and onboard more corporate and retail clients worldwide, we needed an expert such as Anne-Marie at the heart of our operations to ensure procedures are being followed down to a T and to orchestrate our growth strategy. I look forward to achieving great things with Anne-Marie Vukovic chairing our London office.”

Before joining BREINROCK, Vukovic was the Head of Growth at Libertex Group, a leading brokerage firm with several offices throughout Europe, including the UK. In her role, she was responsible for defining and managing the financial firm’s acquisition and retention strategies from conceptualisation to execution and optimisation. During her tenure, Vukovic contributed significantly to the company’s sales and marketing strategy, focusing on omnichannel expansion. 

With over 12 years of experience in growth marketing, working with several world-class eCommerce, fintech and financial brands globally, she brings a fresh perspective on mobile user acquisition, programmatic advertising, and omnichannel strategy orchestration. 

Speaking about her new appointment with BREINROCK, Vukovic said: “I’m excited to join BREINROCK and contribute to growing its brand and next-gen product suite. I am thrilled to help further BREINROCK’s mission and build region-focused business development strategies.”

ABOUT BREINROCK

BREINROCK is an EMI with operations in the EU, UK, Canada, and the Middle East. Voted “Best Electronic Money Institution” in 2021 and 2022, the company focuses on developing global cross-border payment solutions. BREINROCK has offices in London, Toronto, Limassol, and a new office in Dubai, as of last month. More information is available at www.breinrock.com.

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