Revolut, the London-based FinTech with over six million customers across the UK and Europe, is continuing to strengthen its senior executive team by appointing a new Treasurer, Deputy Chief Financial Officer and Director of Financial Crime Risk.
Wolfgang Bardorf, joining from Deutsche Bank, where he is currently Global Head of Liquidity Models and Methodologies, and a former Executive Director in Corporate Treasury at Goldman Sachs, has been appointed as Treasurer.
Stefan Wille, the former Senior Vice President of Finance at challenger bank N26 and Corporate Finance Manager at Credit Suisse, has been appointed as Deputy Chief Financial Officer. Stefan will report to the company’s newly appointed CFO, Dave MacLean, the former Metro Bank and Barclays executive.
Philip Doyle, former Head of Financial Crime at ClearBank and Fraud Prevention Manager at Visa, has been appointed as the company’s new Director of Financial Crime Risk. Doyle will support Revolut in its mission to build the most secure and trusted financial platform in the world.
Nik Storonsky, founder & CEO at Revolut said, “This year we’ve made some exceptional senior appointments to the company. As we continue to strengthen our existing governance and processes we’ve hired some of the most talented professionals, with many years experience, delivering world class business practices. I’m looking forward to welcoming Philip, Stefan and Wolfgang to Revolut’s executive team and I have no doubt their knowledge will be invaluable as we grow.”
In recent months, Revolut has hired a number of senior executives including Richard Davies, who has previously undertaken senior leadership roles at HSBC, Barclays and TSB, as its Chief Operating Officer; as well as Dave MacLean, the former Finance Director at Metro Bank, as its Chief Financial Officer.
With more than six million customers across the UK and Europe, and plans to launch across North America and Asia later this year, Revolut is on a mission to build a one-stop financial shop, allowing customers to manage all of their finances from a single app.
While many customers have been attracted by the company’s instant spending analytics and budgeting tools, and the ability to spend and transfer money globally at the real exchange rate, Revolut has launched a host of other services, including the ability to buy and sell cryptocurrency, and commission-free stock trading.