March 3, 2021 11:21 am

Former PepsiCo CFO Leonard Schutzman to lead cryptocurrency firm Arbitrade

Schutzman said he was excited to take on this role

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Former PepsiCo Treasurer and CFO , who is the Chairman of the Board of Directors, at will now also be its Chief Executive Officer, said a statement. Schutzman said he was excited to take on this leadership role in an industry that will grow exponentially on a global scale.

“It is a time of growth for our companies and at Arbitrade, I am fortunate to be supported by some of the best minds in the . This, and the combination of our distinctive strategy and proprietary software, will allow me to put together a world class management team and Board of Directors. I am confident that Arbitrade has the potential to be a best–of–breed Cryptocurrency company.”

Arbitrade said that through its proprietary software and strategic partnerships, plans to be in all segments of the cryptocurrency business, including currency mining, trading, gift cards, debit cards, money transfer and Point of Sale processing.

Schutzman spent almost thirty-year at PepsiCo, Inc., serving in a variety of leadership positions including Treasurer of PepsiCo Corporate, and Chief Financial Officer of PepsiCo, Inc., Frito-Lay and Taco Bell.

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  1. Arbitrade? SCAM. Run by the guy (not the stand-in Schutzman) who operated pyramid schemes The Affluence Network and GC Money Tree. (Google them.) Pumped by loonybins Ronnie Moas who stands to profit handsomely if his non-stop Twitter pumping convinces enough gullible 20 yr olds to buy.

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