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Former TOYGA VP to Head Financial Operations Solution Firm

Maoz Tenenbaum has been appointed as the CEO of ClearSky.

Maoz Tenenbaum, the former Vice President of Business Development at TOYGA, has revealed exclusively to Finance Magnates that he is taking on a new business venture – becoming the Chief Executive Officer of ClearSky, a firm offering a range of services to the financial and technology industries.

According to the company, the ClearSky Network offers a suite of operational solutions, including corporate structuring, tax planning, and licensing; project management and staffing internationally. ClearSky also connects brokers to stable payments and banking solutions, tech companies, affiliates, etc.

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The company is set up as a network with local offices throughout the world, including in the United Kingdom, Cyprus, Romania, Hong Kong and the Balkans (Serbia, Macedonia, and Albania) with additional branches to follow.

Maoz Tenenbaum joins the company after slightly less than three years with TOYGA, a specialist in software development in marketing and sales of contracts for difference (CFDs), stocks, commodities, and indices.

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Tenenbaum has gathered 20 years of sales experience

During his career, Tenenbaum has gathered two decades worth of experience in sales-based roles. In this time, he has built himself a reputation for building strong sales teams and improving the performance of existing teams.

Over the past twenty years, a number of the positions Tenenbaum has held were senior roles, such as VP Sales & Business Development at Pango Mobile Parking Ltd., Sales Director, Europe for Metrolight and Director of Sales, EMEA at Eyeview, among others.

He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business administration (1997) from New England College. Tenenbaum also studied at the University of Bradford, to achieve a Master of Business Administration.

Commenting on his new role as CEO, Tenenbaum said: “I’m thrilled as well as proud to join as ClearSky’s CEO and contribute to the group in all my abilities. The trust, experience, and connections I bring will be a great asset to ClearSky clients. Clearsky plans to expand in more countries all for the purpose of offering our clients smart solutions for growing their businesses.”

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