Open payments gateway, Volt announced today that the company has appointed Matt Komorowski, an industry veteran with over 15 years of experience in the corporate sector, as its new Chief Revenue Officer (CRO).

Volt termed the latest appointment an important step toward its growth strategy. The fintech company aims to enhance its presence in different regions to drive the adoption of open banking among merchants around the world.

Komorowski has joined the company from PayPal. He spent nearly 10 years at PayPal and served in different positions, including the role of Senior Director Partnerships (International Markets). Moreover, he played an instrumental role in PayPal’s growth across APAC, LATAM and MEA.

Tom Greenwood, the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Volt, said: “We are delighted to have Matt on board. At a key time for our business, he brings a wealth of experience in payments and in driving high-growth in scale organizations. Matt has proven his success in optimizing revenue and strategic growth for global companies. Combined with his expertise in bringing innovative payments models to new markets, he’ll be invaluable in working with us to realize our vision of real-time payments everywhere.”

Global Expansion

Volt has increased its presence across the different regions during the past 12 months. In November 2021, the company launched its services in Brazil with a mission to accelerate the revolution of global open banking payments.

According to Matt Komorowski, there is huge potential for transformation in the payments sector. “My role will focus on driving adoption for our open banking products across markets and business verticals, and on building the right organization and hiring the best talent to start hyper scaling. Volt’s culture is centered around building an organization where sales and product development interact and exchange information very quickly, ensuring merchants are getting the products that they need,” he explained.

Open payments gateway, Volt announced today that the company has appointed Matt Komorowski, an industry veteran with over 15 years of experience in the corporate sector, as its new Chief Revenue Officer (CRO).

Volt termed the latest appointment an important step toward its growth strategy. The fintech company aims to enhance its presence in different regions to drive the adoption of open banking among merchants around the world.

Komorowski has joined the company from PayPal. He spent nearly 10 years at PayPal and served in different positions, including the role of Senior Director Partnerships (International Markets). Moreover, he played an instrumental role in PayPal’s growth across APAC, LATAM and MEA.

Tom Greenwood, the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Volt, said: “We are delighted to have Matt on board. At a key time for our business, he brings a wealth of experience in payments and in driving high-growth in scale organizations. Matt has proven his success in optimizing revenue and strategic growth for global companies. Combined with his expertise in bringing innovative payments models to new markets, he’ll be invaluable in working with us to realize our vision of real-time payments everywhere.”

Global Expansion

Volt has increased its presence across the different regions during the past 12 months. In November 2021, the company launched its services in Brazil with a mission to accelerate the revolution of global open banking payments.

According to Matt Komorowski, there is huge potential for transformation in the payments sector. “My role will focus on driving adoption for our open banking products across markets and business verticals, and on building the right organization and hiring the best talent to start hyper scaling. Volt’s culture is centered around building an organization where sales and product development interact and exchange information very quickly, ensuring merchants are getting the products that they need,” he explained.