Challenger bank Revolut made some major changes to personnel on Friday.
The London-based firm, which now has over 5 million customers, confirmed that Wolfgang Bardorf had been appointed as treasurer.
Bardorf joins the bank from Deutsche Bank, where he was global head of liquidity models and methodologies. The new Revolut executive also had a stint in Goldman Sachs’ treasury department.
Joining Bardorf at the challenger bank is Stefan Wille, the former senior vice president of finance at challenger bank N26 and a corporate finance manager at Credit Suisse.
Strengthening governance processes
Wille will be reporting to Dave MacLean, Revolut’s chief financial officer. Maclean is also new to the company, having joined from Metro Bank – where he was finance director – at the end of last month.
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Alongside those two new appointments is Philip Doyle, who has joined Revolut as its director of financial crime risk.
Doyle has had stints as head of financial crime at ClearBank and as a fraud prevention manager at Visa.
“This year we’ve made some exceptional senior appointments to the company,” said Revolut CEO Nikolay Storonsky
“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.”