Ebury announced that it has selected Victor Radu Roşu as Its Country Manager for Romania and Bulgaria, effective since February 2022.

In an article shared with Finance Magnates, Victor Radu Roşu, an executive with two decades of experience from the Financial sector, has been chosen by Ebury, a global financial services firm and one of Europe’s largest fintech companies, as its Country Manager for Romania and Bulgaria.

Radu Roşu brings more than twenty years of financial experience to the role. He will manage the Romanian and Bulgarian operations from Ebury’s office in Bucharest, thus, providing support to firms conducting business across the two countries.

Additionally, he will leverage the company’s global transaction platform to advance the expansion of its regional operations, supporting businesses with their trading and operational activities in the two countries.

Radu Roşu’s Vocational Background

Radu Roşu’s previous role was Director of Global Transaction Banking at BRD - Groupe Societe Generale. He spent more than seven years as a Member of the Corporate Banking Executive Committee. Additionally, he supervised in excess of one hundred employees with a significant revenue budget, covering sales, product management, helpdesk and operations.

Prior to working at BRD - Groupe Societe Generale, he served BCR as Head of Cash Management. Over the course of eighteen months, he led a large team with a vital revenue budget responsible for sales, product management, client service & strategic projects in payments & cash management among other duties.

Earlier on, in January 2007, ING Romania recruited Radu Roşu initially as Head of Payments & Cash Management. After almost four years, he received a promotion to Head of Banking Services and directed more than sixty employees and managed a large revenue budget within four teams: Lending & Structured Finance, Securities Services, Trade Finance & PCM.

Before ING Romania, he spent just over four years with UniCredit Bank Romania in three different roles. He joined the bank in October 2002 as Head of Cash Management at HVB Bank. Within two and a half years, he was elevated to Branch Manager at HVB Bank and gained entrepreneurial experience launching and managing the branch building customer portfolio and profitability. Finally, he was again promoted after sixteen more months to Retail Regional Director HVB-Tiriac Bank.

According to Radu Roşu’s LinkedIn profile, his first known form of employment was as a Sales Consultant for Cash Management of corporate clients at ABN AMRO Bank N.V.

Accelerating the Expansion in Both Romania and Bulgaria

Reflecting on the appointment, Fernando Pierri, Global Chief Commercial Officer at Ebury, commented: “Widening our presence in Central and Eastern European markets is a key pillar of Ebury’s global growth strategy. Victor will play a crucial role in accelerating our expansion in both Romania and Bulgaria, continuing to realise our ultimate mission of simplifying international trade for businesses across the world.”

Radu Roşu added: “Ebury’s extensive international network combined with its digital capabilities and market-leading global transactional platform has created a compelling proposition for businesses operating in the region.”

Ebury announced that it has selected Victor Radu Roşu as Its Country Manager for Romania and Bulgaria, effective since February 2022.

In an article shared with Finance Magnates, Victor Radu Roşu, an executive with two decades of experience from the Financial sector, has been chosen by Ebury, a global financial services firm and one of Europe’s largest fintech companies, as its Country Manager for Romania and Bulgaria.

Radu Roşu brings more than twenty years of financial experience to the role. He will manage the Romanian and Bulgarian operations from Ebury’s office in Bucharest, thus, providing support to firms conducting business across the two countries.

Additionally, he will leverage the company’s global transaction platform to advance the expansion of its regional operations, supporting businesses with their trading and operational activities in the two countries.

Radu Roşu’s Vocational Background

Radu Roşu’s previous role was Director of Global Transaction Banking at BRD - Groupe Societe Generale. He spent more than seven years as a Member of the Corporate Banking Executive Committee. Additionally, he supervised in excess of one hundred employees with a significant revenue budget, covering sales, product management, helpdesk and operations.

Prior to working at BRD - Groupe Societe Generale, he served BCR as Head of Cash Management. Over the course of eighteen months, he led a large team with a vital revenue budget responsible for sales, product management, client service & strategic projects in payments & cash management among other duties.

Earlier on, in January 2007, ING Romania recruited Radu Roşu initially as Head of Payments & Cash Management. After almost four years, he received a promotion to Head of Banking Services and directed more than sixty employees and managed a large revenue budget within four teams: Lending & Structured Finance, Securities Services, Trade Finance & PCM.

Before ING Romania, he spent just over four years with UniCredit Bank Romania in three different roles. He joined the bank in October 2002 as Head of Cash Management at HVB Bank. Within two and a half years, he was elevated to Branch Manager at HVB Bank and gained entrepreneurial experience launching and managing the branch building customer portfolio and profitability. Finally, he was again promoted after sixteen more months to Retail Regional Director HVB-Tiriac Bank.

According to Radu Roşu’s LinkedIn profile, his first known form of employment was as a Sales Consultant for Cash Management of corporate clients at ABN AMRO Bank N.V.

Accelerating the Expansion in Both Romania and Bulgaria

Reflecting on the appointment, Fernando Pierri, Global Chief Commercial Officer at Ebury, commented: “Widening our presence in Central and Eastern European markets is a key pillar of Ebury’s global growth strategy. Victor will play a crucial role in accelerating our expansion in both Romania and Bulgaria, continuing to realise our ultimate mission of simplifying international trade for businesses across the world.”

Radu Roşu added: “Ebury’s extensive international network combined with its digital capabilities and market-leading global transactional platform has created a compelling proposition for businesses operating in the region.”