Cloud banking platform Mambu has made four senior hires, including a chief technology officer and chief financial officer, as it makes a push for growth.
The fintech has named Fernando Zandona as chief technology officer, and Tripp Faix as chief financial officer.
Werner Knoblich has been appointed chief revenue officer and Sabrina Dar has been named chief of staff to the chief executive.
“We’re at an exciting stage in our growth as we scale out our operational capabilities to meet global demand, whilst also evolving as a company that values workplace and product innovation and is committed to doing things differently,” said Eugene Danilkis, Mambu’s co-founder and chief executive.
“Our senior team across the world reflects the fantastic work we do as a company, as we continue to deliver on our commitment to creating better financial experiences for customers.
“I’m honoured to welcome Werner, Fernando, Sabrina and Tripp to Mambu and look forward to our collective achievements together.”
Knoblich and Zandona both join from global hypergrowth, customer-centric environments. Knoblich was previously responsible for software development company Red Hat’s expansion and oversaw 100 fold growth throughout his 18-year tenure.
Zandona is a former Amazon Web Services and Microsoft executive with more than 20 years experience working in high performance environments.
Meanwhile Faix has more than 20 years of finance experience. Before joining Mambu, he was chief financial officer at payment processing fintech Marqeta, and helped lead its initial public offering in 2021.
Dar is a former Cisco senior executive. In the newly-created role of chief of staff, she will help drive operational excellence in line with Mambu’s scale-up plan.
The new hires follow a record $235m (£192.32m) Series E funding round in December last year, which represented the largest private fundraise for a cloud banking platform.
The fintech now aims to accelerate revenue growth and invest in building a global, sustainable and differentiated platform for customers.