Martin Krebs will also sit on the fintech’s executive board alongside co-founders Erik Podzuweit and Florian Prucker.
Digital wealth manager Scalable Capital has appointed Martin Krebs as its newest Chief Financial Officer (CFO).
Krebs has nearly 30 years of experience, most recently holding the position of global head of retail investment product solutions at ING, where he worked for 13 years.
As well as being handed the executive role, Krebs will also sit on Scalable Capital’s board alongside co-founders Erik Podzuweit and Florian Prucker.
The new role will see Krebs oversee Scalable Capital’s financial wellbeing and further develop the fintech’s corporate strategy.
Erik Podzuweit, co-founder and co-CEO of Scalable Capital, said: “Martin knows the financial world like the back of his hand, and he has been involved in fintech since before the term was coined.”
Like Scalable Capital’s three cofounders, Krebs started his career in 1991 at Goldman Sachs, where he spent more than ten years as an investment banker.
The incoming CFO said: “For me, Scalable Capital is one of the most exciting fintechs in Europe.”
“I know Scalable Capital very well and share the vision of making investing easier, more accessible, more convenient and simply better with the help of ETFs and technology.”