Global financial services provider iBanFirst, delivering solutions across banking borders, announces the appointment of former Groupon Sales Operations Director and M&A banking specialist, Grégoire Andrieu-Guitrancourt, as its Chief Revenue Officer (CRO).
The appointment is part of iBanFirst’s international expansion strategy, as the company unites its European focus and global ambitions to become one of the world’s leading financial services providers. As a result of iBanFirst’s rapid growth, the company’s workforce has increased from 16 to 200 since 2016.
Mr Andrieu-Guitrancourt will be responsible for driving iBanFirst’s expansion into Benelux, Germany, Central and Eastern Europe. The CRO’s appointment is testament to Mr Andrieu-Guitrancourt’s track record at iBanFirst, whose experience of financial planning and management has led to a triple-digit growth in revenues since his arrival in 2017.
Grégoire Andrieu-Guitrancourt began his career in the M&A team of Société Générale Corporate and Investment Banking prior to working at ABN AMRO in Paris. He then worked at Groupon as its Sales Operations Director for Central and Western Europe.
Commenting on his appointment, Grégoire Andrieu-Guitrancourt, Chief Revenue Officer, iBanFirst said: “I’m delighted to support iBanFirst’s ambition of becoming a global leader in FX payments. As the company’s former Country Manager for France, I already have a strong understanding of iBanFirst’s business and operations, and I am excited by the prospect of driving growth at iBanFirst, notably in Central and Eastern Europe.”
Pierre-Antoine Dusoulier, CEO and Founder, iBanFirst said: “The appointment of Grégoire Andrieu-Guitrancourt as our Chief Revenue Officer signals the next phase in our growth journey. Grégoire has an impressive track record at scaling businesses. He will support our global ambitions and strengthen our position as a world leader in financial services. Our new appointment is a great asset to the iBanFirst team and is integral to our international expansion strategy.”