Macrina Kgil became Block Chain’s new CFO in November 2018. Kgil is instrumental in serving customers. Blockchain, the bitcoin manufacturer, was founded in 2011. The new CFO of Blockchain can help restructure liability. Kgil is disposing of assets. There isn’t anyone better to help Blockchain’s client’s companies expand than Blockchain’s Macrina Kgil, who is Blockchain’s first CFO. Kgil has over 16 years of experience in the financial business.
Kgil worked as a CFO for One Main Holdings when it was known as Springleaf Holdings, Inc, as their CFO. The CFO established processes that supported over 100 entities when she worked at GPB Capital Holdings where Kgil worked just from September 2O16 until July 2018, before becoming CFO at Blockchain. Macrina Kgil began her financial career at PriceWaterhouse Coopers, working as their audit manager. Blockchain is a new secure crypto method for making bitcoins, credit cards, and debit cards more secure. Kgil worked at both the New York in the United States and South Korean offices.
While working at GPB, Macrina Kgil’s successful efforts named her Notable Woman of Finance in 2018, presented by Crain’s New York. Macrina Kgil is a certified public accountant who earned a BS degree in public mineral and petroleum engineering at Seoul National University located in South Korea.