14.7 C
Innichen
August 11, 2022
Finance Technologies

Revolut loses banking veteran CEO after one year to upstart Allica Bank

Revolut has lost Richard Davies, its CEO of banking, who was brought in just one year ago. Richard Davies Davies, who held senior commercial roles at HSBC, TSB and Barclays as well as becoming OakNorth Bank’s first CEO, is leaving Revolut to head Allica Bank. Allica is a business-focused lender, and Davies is set to join it late next month, pending regulatory approval. Departure from Revolut Davies joined the UK-founded challenger at a time when it was trying to move on from previous compliance run-ins and accusations of aggressive culture. Now a year later, Davies  asserts that his departure is…
Revolut loses banking veteran CEO after one year to upstart Allica Bank

Related posts

IMS 2018 Lisbon: bank digitisation and reading the client

Amme Jhonson

Banking software solutions for home working

Amme Jhonson

Standard Chartered signs Infor Nexus trade finance deal

Amme Jhonson

Leave a Comment

* By using this form you agree with the storage and handling of your data by this website.

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Privacy & Policy