To accelerate its international growth, the United Kingdom-based financial technology (fintech) firm, Storfund, recently announced that the company has appointed David Rolls, a former Head of Lending Partnerships at Amazon, as the company’s Head of Special Projects.

Storfund has expanded its team significantly in the past 12 months to drive its growth. Moreover, the company established several alliances with leading firms during the mentioned period. With the appointment of Rolls, Storfund aims to enhance its product development.

“David brings an invaluable combination of e-commerce and financial services experience,” said George Brintalos, the CEO of Storfund. “His time building small business financing programs for Amazon means he has unique insight into the funding needs of e-commerce retailers.”

According to Storfund, the vast experience of Rolls will facilitate the development of innovative products and services. Prior to joining Amazon, Rolls spent more than a decade working with some of the leading financial firms, including ING and DNB Bank.

“We are building an outstanding team of talented and experienced professionals to deliver the very best solutions for our clients, be they e-commerce retailers or marketplaces,” said Akbar Ahsan, Storfund’s Co-Founder.

Recent Hires

According to Storfund, the recent announcement is the third significant hire by the company in the last 12 months. “Storfund also appointed Margaret-Anne Galvin as Head of Partnerships and Hana Graham as Head of Marketing. Margaret joined Storfund from Cdiscount, bringing the experience of the needs and aspirations of marketplaces; Hana has spent the last decade in financial services marketing, including the global insurance broker, Gallagher,” the company added.

Recently, the fintech company established collaboration with Cdiscount, France’s largest marketplace, PcComponentes, a leader in Spain, and Back Market, a pioneer in the circular economy. Storfund called the latest recruitment a key step towards its future growth plans amid a surge in demand for the company’s services.

To accelerate its international growth, the United Kingdom-based financial technology (fintech) firm, Storfund, recently announced that the company has appointed David Rolls, a former Head of Lending Partnerships at Amazon, as the company’s Head of Special Projects.

Storfund has expanded its team significantly in the past 12 months to drive its growth. Moreover, the company established several alliances with leading firms during the mentioned period. With the appointment of Rolls, Storfund aims to enhance its product development.

“David brings an invaluable combination of e-commerce and financial services experience,” said George Brintalos, the CEO of Storfund. “His time building small business financing programs for Amazon means he has unique insight into the funding needs of e-commerce retailers.”

According to Storfund, the vast experience of Rolls will facilitate the development of innovative products and services. Prior to joining Amazon, Rolls spent more than a decade working with some of the leading financial firms, including ING and DNB Bank.

“We are building an outstanding team of talented and experienced professionals to deliver the very best solutions for our clients, be they e-commerce retailers or marketplaces,” said Akbar Ahsan, Storfund’s Co-Founder.

Recent Hires

According to Storfund, the recent announcement is the third significant hire by the company in the last 12 months. “Storfund also appointed Margaret-Anne Galvin as Head of Partnerships and Hana Graham as Head of Marketing. Margaret joined Storfund from Cdiscount, bringing the experience of the needs and aspirations of marketplaces; Hana has spent the last decade in financial services marketing, including the global insurance broker, Gallagher,” the company added.

Recently, the fintech company established collaboration with Cdiscount, France’s largest marketplace, PcComponentes, a leader in Spain, and Back Market, a pioneer in the circular economy. Storfund called the latest recruitment a key step towards its future growth plans amid a surge in demand for the company’s services.