Genevieve Leveille is the CEO of KrypC, a new venture fostering digital currency by assisting the regulators across the globe in deploying a highly secure digital currency architecture that can be offered parallel to fiat currencies. KrypC also focuses on distributed ledger technology (blockchain-based) toolkits for various industry verticals allowing them to simplify their technology stack. KrypC is setting up a Global Distributed Ledger Competency Center out of India that shall focus on offering offshore consulting and service delivery for these emerging technologies.
FinTech is about problem solving, rethinking old problems and building the technology to make things easier, faster and less costly. Genevieve’s attitude towards change and new technologies are reflected in her successful journey and her recent selection as a finalist in the Women in IT Awards 2016 in the category ‘Security Champion’.
Previous to joining KrypC, Genevieve was the Managing Director of IdenTrust, Inc. where she was responsible for the International Market, advocating the use of the existing trust and security building blocks to tackle challenges in commerce at the individual and corporate level. Examples are the simplification of bank account opening and management processes, but also initiatives for digital identity akin to e-citizenship championed in Estonia and common industry standards for the use of digital identities in e-commerce.
At the Royal Bank of Scotland, Genevieve lead numerous projects for the corporate bank requirements. These included the coordination of end-to-end solutions from billing to rate changes and risk reviews, while also orchestrating the win of multi-million deals in the private and public sectors. Genevieve drove the implementation of the first SAP core banking release for deposit products, bringing strategic platform capability to the bank that will be extended across further products and segments.
During her time in the United States, Genevieve oversaw Operations Services in Corporate Treasury at General Electric. She also consulted extensively on business processes of global tier 1 corporates while at Hewlett Packard and Chase Manhattan Bank.
Having deep understanding of the moving parts and pain points in the financial sector, Genevieve’s ambition is to collaborate on and build innovative solutions to address inefficiencies and obstacles towards the simplification of the customer journeys.