Today’s mobile banking makes N26 announces that Thomas Grosse by October 2019 to get started as Chief Banking Officer. This new feature N26 makes another step towards realizing their ambition to be the first global, all-digital and retail. As Chief Banking Officer Thomas is responsible for supervising the establishment of regulated N26 banks and bank partnerships in the N26 group. This bank will in all markets guarantees the highest standards in terms of products, processes and customer experiences.
Thomas’ background as a senior executive at Google, and Managing Director of Deutsche Bank seamlessly with N26 and professional banking and fast-growing tech company. Thanks to his strong leadership experience Grosse is able to support mobile banking with its global expansion.
Within his role as Industry Leader Banking at Google Germany Thomas was responsible for collaborations and partnerships with German banks and fintechs, and he was closely involved in the launch of Google Pay. Previously, he was a member of the board of Wüstenrot Bank AG, where he had a determining role in the divisions of capital markets, treasury, and product and sales. Previously, he was director of the Deutsche Bank private and business customers. Thomas began his career as a consultant at McKinsey, serving the banking and insurance sector.
“Thomas is with a view to the future of N26 an important addition to the leadership team. With our recent entry into the US market N26 is at the beginning of the process to become a true global bank. With his extensive experience and proven success in both the tech and banking industries Thomas complements N26. We are therefore very pleased that he will support us in building a global bank used with love by members around the world, “says Maximilian Tayenthal, CFO and co-founder of N26.
“It’s a hugely exciting time for the financial sector: banking, technology and innovation come together to enable people to live and banking in their own way. N26 runs in the lead this regard, and I am very glad that I can help them to provide the most flexible and simple banking experience in the world “, Thomas Grosse adds.