Revolut appoints Ibrahim Dusi as Chief Risk Officer for Americas

Corporate · February 17, 2022

San Francisco – Revolut, the global financial superapp with over 18 million customers worldwide, announced today the appointment of Ibrahim “Ibo” Dusi as its Chief Risk Officer for Americas as the company continues to build out its capabilities on a global scale.

As Chief Risk Officer for Americas, Mr. Dusi oversees risk management for Revolut in North and South America. In his role, he will be responsible for building and scaling Revolut’s risk function as it continues to launch new products and expand internationally in the US, Mexico, Brazil, and other countries in the region.

Mr. Dusi joins Revolut as the Chief Risk and Revenue Officer from fintech lender, Happy Money, where he oversaw direct marketing, credit risk, pricing, fraud, operations, as well as enterprise risk during his eight-year tenure. Previously, he spent ten years at leading bank, Capital One in senior leadership roles across the installment lending, credit card and retail banking divisions. He holds an MBA from University of Maryland and has a BS in Electrical Engineering from Bogazici University in Istanbul, Turkey.

Nik Storonsky, CEO and Founder at Revolut, said:
I’m very pleased to welcome Ibo Dusi as Revolut’s Chief Risk Officer for Americas. Given Ibo’s strong track record of effectively managing risk for high-growth companies in the financial services industry, he will play an integral role in building on our regional capabilities to ensure Revolut’s continued growth across North and South America.

Ibrahim Dusi, Americas CRO at Revolut, said:
Revolut is building the world’s first truly global financial superapp, and I’m delighted to have the opportunity to build upon Revolut’s risk and governance function to support users across the Americas. I look forward to working with the team as we sustainably scale Revolut’s business in the region and make innovative financial products and services accessible for more consumers around the world.

Since Revolut launched in the U.S. in March 2020, the financial superapp has doubled down on its expansion efforts to design a platform that provides users with a single app to manage all of their finances. Constantly refining its product with user experience top-of-mind, Revolut recently enabled US customers to transfer money to bank accounts in Mexico in up to 30 minutes. Now, with fast transfers available and the upcoming launch in the US of unsecured lines of credit on the horizon, Revolut is accelerating its route towards becoming the superapp consumers need to achieve financial freedom.

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