Adele Faure has worked in Africa, Europe and North America, as a consultant, in finance and as a firm lawyer — but now, she’s taken on a new challenge.

Faure is spearheading, as assistant general counsel, the regulatory and legal facets of the cryptocurrency platform for Menlo Park, California-based Robinhood, a financial services company with an app that allows users to invest in stocks, options, ETFs, and cryptocurrency without paying a commission.

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