Since a few years ago traditional banking industry has been changing and shifting toward a more digitized environment, with a customer-centric approach, from operations to commercial offering.
Nowadays, it is not uncommon to find ourselves diving into an app to share a dinner bill with our friends, or paying groceries with our smartphones, without even opening an account in a Bank's physical office space. Those days are long gone, when to use your money, you had to go to your bank and sign on a piece of paper to pay your bills...at least for some of us in some places.
This time, we'd like to learn from the experiences of Revolut: a platform born in 2015 with the aim of "building a friction-less platform to use and manage money around the world". With more than 300 employees, this London-based company is revolutionizing peer-to-peer payments, travel money and currency exchange services. Come and learn what's next in their pipeline from their Spain's General Manager: Pablo Viguera.
General Manager Spain at Revolut. Prior to that, he was based in Singapore and was Head of Paktor Labs, the high-growth incubation unit of Paktor. Before, Pablo founded Groopify and worked for Rocket Internet in South East Asia. He holds an MBA from Booth School of Business and started his career in London as an Investment Banker at Merrill Lynch.Read More
Pablo is General Manager Spain at Revolut. Prior to that, he was based in Singapore and was Head of Paktor Labs, the high-growth incubation unit of leading Asian social app conglomerate Paktor. Before that, Pablo was founder and CEO of group dating app Groopify and worked for Rocket Internet in South East Asia. Pablo holds an MBA from The University of Chicago Booth School of Business and started his career in London as an Investment Banker at Merrill Lynch advising tech and internet companies on M&A. An avid traveler, Pablo has been to over 70 countries and backpacked around the world for 8 months.