Fintex appoints new chief capital officer

By George Geddes on 8th October 2018

P2P/Marketplace LendingChallenger Banks

The duties of new CCO, Rose Kutner, include growing the firm’s assets under management and developing its marketing strategies.

Fintex appoints new chief capital officer

Fintex Capital’s latest addition is the experienced Rose Kutner who comes in as chief capital officer (CCO). Attempting to transform the way investors access alternative credit, the investment firm is entering the next stage in its growth after attracting nearly $150m in assets under management so far.

The firm’s new C-suite appointee has 19 years’ experience in marketing and sales, having previously worked as managing director at UniCredit Bank. During a six year stint at the bank, Kutner’s role involved leading its UK credit sales.

Prior to UniCredit, Kutner worked at JP Morgan where she first met the CEO of Fintex, Robert Stafler. Commenting on Kutner’s 13 years’ experience at JP Morgan, Stafler said: “The wealth of her experience across credit products and the strength of her relationships will have a massive impact on our firm.”

Excited for the new challenge, Rose Kutner said: “Fintex has built an exciting and innovative platform. Its remarkable growth since inception demonstrates that there is strong market demand for its products. Having live investments in Euros, US Dollars and Sterling – all delivering stable and attractive returns – makes Fintex directly relevant to all institutions interested in alternative credit and direct lending.”


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18th March 2019

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