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COO of Financial Services, Neil Sheppard, on the Pomp Podcast with host Anthony Pompliano

Thursday, February 4, 2021

Neil Sheppard, COO of Financial Services at Diginex, and Anthony Pompliano discuss Diginex, derivatives, risk management, capital efficiency, and EQUOS.io. Learn about Neil's background, the Diginex ecosystem, derivatives, and how EQUOS benefits all traders.

The Future of Derivatives I Neil Sheppard I Pomp Podcast #485

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