Solarisbank appoints Chloé Mayenobe to the Executive Board, Jörg Diewald takes on new role as Executive Advisor

Berlin 01.07.2022. Solarisbank, Europe's leading Banking-as-a-Service platform, today announced a change in its Executive Board. As previously announced, Chloé Mayenobe, who started as Chief Growth Officer at Solarisbank on March 1, will officially join the Executive Board on July 1, 2022. At the same time, Chief Commercial Officer Jörg Diewald will assume a new role for personal reasons. As Executive Advisor, Diewald will continue to spend the majority of his time working for Solarisbank in this advisory capacity, primarily helping to manage new and existing key strategic partnerships.

Solaris is undergoing an exciting transformation. Our international expansion and new partnerships require continuous development of the organization. I am delighted that Chloé will now also bring her vast experience to the board. At the same time, I am glad that Jörg will stay with us and continue to support our key partners with his in-depth know-how. During his period as CCO, he led the commercial organization very successfully to high growth rates. We have set ourselves ambitious goals again this year and are well on track to achieve them. Roland Folz, Group CEO of Solarisbank

After exceeding the EUR 100 million net revenue mark in 2021, Solarisbank is targeting sustainable revenue growth in the range of 40 to 60 percent. Moreover, Solarisbank is preparing to be IPO-ready. This includes key measures such as updating the organizational and management structure, moving to IFRS accounting standards, implementing its new NPB framework and, above all, process optimization and investment in compliance and regulatory matters.

Going forward, Mayenobe will represent the whole commercial organization on the Executive Board. Before joining Solarisbank, she served as Deputy CEO of Natixis Payments and was a Member of the Executive Committee of Natixis. Furthermore, Mayenobe spent over 12 years at Ingenico Group, where she was responsible for more than 1,500 employees and managed EUR 400 million in revenue.

Diewald joined Solarisbank in September 2018. Before, he was a board member and CCO of Targo Commercial Finance. Diewald began his career with Commerzbank and thereafter occupied a variety of executive positions, among others at Dresdner Bank and Landesbank Sachsen. From 2007, he was board member and CCO for Germany and Benelux at GE Capital Bank AG, which belongs to the General Electric Group.

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About Solaris

Solaris is Europe’s leading embedded finance platform empowering the future of financial services. The tech company enables businesses to easily provide trusted and innovative financial experiences to their customers. Through smart APIs, partners can embed financial services quickly and compliantly into their own product offerings. Solaris is headquartered in Berlin and employs over 750 people at eight locations in Europe and in India. Combined net revenue in 2021 exceeded 100 million euros, representing growth of over 90 percent year-on-year.


Über Solaris

Solaris ist Europas führende Embedded-Finance-Plattform und Innovator der Finanzbranche. Das Technologieunternehmen ermöglicht es Unternehmen, ihren Kunden sichere und innovative Finanzdienstleistungen anzubieten. Über APIs können Partner Finanzdienstleistungen schnell und einfach in ihr eigenes Produktangebot integrieren. Solaris hat seinen Hauptsitz in Berlin und beschäftigt über 750 Mitarbeiter an acht weiteren Standorten in Europa und in Indien. Der kombinierte Nettoumsatz im Jahr 2021 lag bei über 100 Millionen Euro, was einem Wachstum von über 90 Prozent gegenüber dem Vorjahr entspricht.

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