One of the fastest-growing payment service providers in Europe, Mollie confirmed the appointment of Michaela LeBlanc Weber, the former Consultant at Bain & Company, as its Vice President of Partnerships yesterday.

In her new role, Weber will develop and maintain strong relationships with the company’s local and international partners. According to the details shared by the payment firm, the appointment of Weber will facilitate the company’s global expansion.

Previously, the newly appointed VP of Partnerships at Mollie worked with some of the leading financial firms, including Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan and Bank of America. In her recent role, Weber worked as the Senior Vice President of Enterprise Partners at Worldpay. In total, she spent more than two years at Worldpay.

“We’re very pleased to welcome Michaela to our team. She is a seasoned expert in the fintech and payments space and is renowned for her ability to build long-standing and powerful partnerships,” says Ken Serdons, Mollie’s CCO. “Rather than building the entire ecosystem ourselves, we believe that smart partnerships are the way to eliminate friction and build great products. We have already built several strong partnerships, and Michaela is the ideal person to develop our relationships further and maintain our strong partner network.”

The latest announcement from Mollie came approximately two months after the payment firm confirmed the appointment of Klarna’s Koen Köppen as its new CTO.

Partnerships

In the past few months, Mollie developed partnerships with Chargebee and Recharge to facilitate digital payments. In the latest press release, Mollie highlighted that Weber’s deep expertise in partnership management will boost the company’s presence across different regions.

“I’ve always followed Mollie with great admiration, seeing how the company has grown from one of the first fintech businesses in the Netherlands to a category leader across Europe,” says Weber. “I’m excited to be joining the company at this pivotal time to focus on building meaningful partnerships that simplify payments and help our customers grow.”

One of the fastest-growing payment service providers in Europe, Mollie confirmed the appointment of Michaela LeBlanc Weber, the former Consultant at Bain & Company, as its Vice President of Partnerships yesterday.

In her new role, Weber will develop and maintain strong relationships with the company’s local and international partners. According to the details shared by the payment firm, the appointment of Weber will facilitate the company’s global expansion.

Previously, the newly appointed VP of Partnerships at Mollie worked with some of the leading financial firms, including Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan and Bank of America. In her recent role, Weber worked as the Senior Vice President of Enterprise Partners at Worldpay. In total, she spent more than two years at Worldpay.

“We’re very pleased to welcome Michaela to our team. She is a seasoned expert in the fintech and payments space and is renowned for her ability to build long-standing and powerful partnerships,” says Ken Serdons, Mollie’s CCO. “Rather than building the entire ecosystem ourselves, we believe that smart partnerships are the way to eliminate friction and build great products. We have already built several strong partnerships, and Michaela is the ideal person to develop our relationships further and maintain our strong partner network.”

The latest announcement from Mollie came approximately two months after the payment firm confirmed the appointment of Klarna’s Koen Köppen as its new CTO.

Partnerships

In the past few months, Mollie developed partnerships with Chargebee and Recharge to facilitate digital payments. In the latest press release, Mollie highlighted that Weber’s deep expertise in partnership management will boost the company’s presence across different regions.

“I’ve always followed Mollie with great admiration, seeing how the company has grown from one of the first fintech businesses in the Netherlands to a category leader across Europe,” says Weber. “I’m excited to be joining the company at this pivotal time to focus on building meaningful partnerships that simplify payments and help our customers grow.”