Banking as a Service Provider Griffin, has appointed Marina Gorey as Chief People Officer.
Griffin states that this marks a new phase for the Fintech, which was recently authorized, subject to restrictions, as a UK bank by the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA).
David Jarvis, CEO and co-founder of Griffin, said he believes the addition of Gorey will help enhance their culture and internal options:
“Marina has an impressive track record of building winning cultures at ambitious organisations. She co-founded kid-tech startup SuperAwesome in 2012, which was acquired by Epic Games, and has over 15 years of experience in tech, specialising in creating high-performing organisations through effective hiring and a focus on empowerment. Over the past five years, Marina has served as Chief People Officer at Lick and worked in-house at Seedcamp, advising portfolio companies.”
The London-based bank has recently announced its new Chief Financial Officer and Chief Risk Officer.
Griffin is an API-first UK bank and full-stack banking platform. It was founded by Silicon Valley engineers Jarvis and Allen Rohner (who co-founded tech unicorn CircleCI) and is led by a team of banking and technology executives from Form3, Monzo, SWIFT, GoCardless, and others.