Revolut appoints entrepreneur and tech expert to Group Board

Corporate · 27 November 2023

  • Dan Teodosiu joins Revolut as a Non-Executive Director
  • Prior experience in tech includes senior roles at Google, Microsoft and HP Labs
  • Dan has founded two companies and was most recently CTO at Onfido and before that Criteo where he supported the company’s successful IPO

Revolut, the financial global super app with over 35 million customers, has announced the appointment of Dan Teodosiu to the Board as a Non-Executive Director.

Dan has over 30 years of experience building and managing high-performing engineering and research teams, as well as scaling platforms and infrastructure that can support billions of customers. Dan held senior positions at Google in Paris, at Microsoft in Redmond and Dublin, and at HP Labs in Palo Alto.

Most recently, Dan spent two years as the CTO of Onfido, an identity verification platform, where he oversaw the development of Onfido’s new AI-based solutions stack for document verification and industry-leading face matching. Prior to Onfido, Dan spent six years as the CTO of Criteo, Europe’s largest ad tech company, where he supported the company’s successful IPO and subsequent rapid growth.

Martin Gilbert, Chairman of Revolut, added: “I am thrilled to welcome Dan to the Revolut Board. Dan’s expertise and experience across multiple technology sectors further strengthens the governance and oversight of the Board. Dan will undoubtedly bring fresh and practical ideas to support this, and I look forward to seeing the results of his efforts in the weeks and months to come.

Dan Teodosiu, commented: “Revolut is a technological force for change across many financial mediums. With tens of millions of customers across the globe, all in less than a decade, Revolut’s growth shows no signs of slowing. I look forward to bringing my experience as a leader in the tech industry and as an entrepreneur to a business that has broken away from its competitors and is establishing itself as a market leader.

A former entrepreneur, Dan also co-founded two companies in California, one of which was acquired by Microsoft in 2002. Dan holds MS and PhD degrees in Computer Science from Stanford University.

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