Uber Technologies Inc (NYSE: UBER) Deputy General Counsel is Latest Swept into Fintech Hiring Spree

Uber Technologies Inc (NYSE: UBER) deputy GC Keir Gumbs, who departed Covington & Burling to join Uber Technologies three years ago on its 2019 initial public contribution, is on the other move. He is leaving his post as Uber’s deputy GC this time to take the prime legitimate role at Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc. (NYSE: BR), one of the fintech fields.

Keir Gumbs will be Broadridge’s chief legal officer, ADP’s brokerage assistance unit, before whirling off in 2007. Moreover, the firm provides the technical infrastructure to broker-dealers, public firms, and banks, attaining an electronic trading platform in May. Furthermore, last month they employed Bloomberg global CEO to lead. 

Keir Gumbs is taking over the post from Adam Amsterdam, who spent nearly 30 years overseeing the company’s department. Adam Amsterdam will remain a senior adviser. 

Tim Gokey, Broadridge president, acclaimed Keir Gumbs’ experience and expertise in corporate administration made him reach many achievements. 

Keir Gumbs’ Previous Accomplishments

Previously, Gumbs spent 13 years as a US Securities and Exchange Commission lawyer as a partner in Covington’s department; in 2018, they joined Uber as general counsel and were nominated as Deputy General Counsel. Besides, April 2019 IPO working on the ride-sharing giants, he supervised Uber’s securities, marketing payments, ESG, firm’s governance under the firm’s chief legal officer Tony West. 

Moreover, Gumbs got sufficient of the firm in marketing the step into an in-house legal fintech role. 

Last Month another SEM aluminum, Christian Sabella, United, the primary cryptocurrency firm with an $85 billion opening day valuation to go public on Nasdaq. Christian Sabella, acting director of the SEC’s Division of Trading, directs the cryptocurrency exchange capital legal work. 

Last summer, Coinbase improved its department quickly since Grewal united from Facebook Inc. Moreover, the firm brought on Ariana Woods; last month spent four years leading the legal department. Also recently added chief of business observance Ian Rooney, associate General Counsel for Molly Abraham from Kitty Hawk Inc. 

Last year, other biotech firms made in-house hires and trading startup Paradigm, Robinhood Markets Inc, Brex Inc, BlockFi, Plaid Inc, Bison Trails. 

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