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Curve appoints ex-Samsung Pay head as its new COO

Nathalie Oestmann, Curve’s COO

UK-based banking platform Curve has announced the appointment of Nathalie Oestmann as its new Chief Operating Officer. The new role will see Natalie managing Operations and People at the FinTech along with the supervision of strategy execution.

“Nathalie is an incredibly talented and energetic force and it is a testament to the heights Curve has reached that we can welcome someone of Nathalie’s caliber to the team at Curve as our new Chief Operating Officer. Nathalie’s industry experience and track record make her the ideal choice to propel the team forward as we progress in our mission to move banking to the cloud and accelerate our growth, ” said Shachar Bialick, Founder and CEO.

Natalie has previously held senior management positions at AMEX, Samsung Pay and IDEMIA and is experienced in sectors including marketing, commercial and operations within the payments industry.

“I feel privileged to be joining Curve at this pivotal moment as it scales its platform, offering, and customer base,” said Nathalie Oestmann, Curve’s new COO. “The company’s vision of moving banking to the cloud is both unique and powerful and it provides its customers with a compelling value proposition with minimal behavioral change. My primary objective at Curve will be to ensure we realize our full potential as we take the company into our next chapter of growth” she added.

Established in 2015 in London, Curve is a payment card that aggregates multiple payment cards through its accompanying mobile app, allowing a user to make payments and withdrawals from a single card.

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