Banza in growth stage names its new CEO

Banza in growth stage names its new CEO
October 2, 2023 – 19:15

The financial technology company seeks to make the market increasingly accessible and inclusive for everyone. At the beginning of this year it launched a new, faster and more intuitive app that facilitates access to the capital market.

Banzaleader in the industry financial technologyannounced the appointment of Andres Ondarraformerly Bitso, BTG Pactual and Bank of America, as its new CEO.

Ondarra will bring his experience and history in the financial and fintech industry, ideal to guide Banza in its next stage of growth and innovation.

“We are very excited about this new stage and with the appointment of Andrés. We aim to make the market increasingly accessible and inclusive for everyone. For this reason, we work to make new savings and investment products available to them and we strive to enrich their experiences when they operate on our platform,” he said. Agustín Honig, Managing Partner of Adcap Grupo Financiero and co-founder of Banza with Javier Timerman and Juan Martín Molinari.

“I am proud to be part of this new stage of Banza and the goal that the app can accelerate the innovation process and expand its global presence. “We are excited about the growth in both volume of operations and users, and with the plan to launch new products, we are going to make Banza the platform where users can channel all their savings and investment needs,” said the new CEO. of fintech.

At the beginning of this year, Banza launched a new app, faster, more intuitive and with new functionalities, with the aim of continuing to break paradigms and facilitate access to the capital market, making the world of savings really simple to access and for all.

Graduate in Economics from the Torcuato Di Tella University (UTDT), Andres Ondarra He has an MBA from the NYU Stern School of Business and has extensive experience in the financial sector, both in Argentina and Latin America.

He began his professional career working in the corporate and investment banking sector at Banco Santander in Argentina, then after a brief stint at BBVA in New York, he joined Citi as VP and later was executive director of Bank of America Merrill Lynch and head investment banking for Argentina at BTG Pactual.

Starting in 2018, he focused on the fintech world, and for two years, he was in charge of the international expansion of the crypto exchange Bitso, one of the main crypto platforms in Argentina and Colombia.

Source: Ambito

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