By Aisling Finn on Thursday 5 March 2020
The challenger bank has recently added several experienced members to its board.
Revolut has announced today that it has appointed two new non-executive directors to its board.
Michael Sherwood, a former co-chief executive at Goldman Sachs International, and Ian Wilson, who has previously held roles at RBS, Santander and Monzo (where he was Chief Risk Officer), will join the digital bank’s board.
The appointments come just after Revolut completed a massive $500m Series D funding round that saw the company valued at $5.5bn.
“Both are major assets to Revolut and our customers as we work to become the world’s first truly global bank.”
The two new non-executive directors join fellow experienced board members, Caroline Britton and Bruce Wallace.
In January it was also announced that Martin Gilbert, the former CEO of Standard Life Aberdeen, co-founder of Aberdeen Asset Management and chairman of the Prudential Regulation Authority practitioner panel, would also be joining Revolut’s board.