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Ripple’s global expansion strategy continues, with the company looking to hire high-ranking positions in Europe, Asia and Latin America.

The company is hoping to fill numerous positions across Asia, including a managing director of RippleNet based in Singapore, a senior policy manager also based in Singapore and an account manager for SBI Ripple Asia based in Tokyo.

The senior policy manager will specifically focus on lobbying for XRP-friendly government policies across the Asia-Pacific, according to the job advertisement.

The SBI Ripple Asia account manager will manage customer relationships within Japan and South Korea.

SBI Holdings invested in Ripple in 2016. That same year, the pair launched SBI Ripple Asia in an effort to bring payments powered by distributed ledger technology to financial institutions and remittance transfer providers in the region. The Japanese financial giant has also been testing the use of XRP to settle corporate debts and credits.

In Europe Ripple is looking to hire a managing director of RippleNet Europe and a sales development representative for the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region. Both positions are based in London.

Additionally, the San Francisco-based payments startup is searching for a client solutions manager in Latin America. The position is based in São Paulo, Brazil.

The company, known for its high turnover, is currently advertising for 31 open positions in total.

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