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Revolut names Aus lending head

Revolut has recruited from 86 400 and Citi for two senior additions to its local team, including a new head of lending.

The fintech has picked Daniel Gosarevski to be its new head of lending, where he has been tasked with supporting Revolut’s expanding product portfolio.

Previously, Mr Gosarevski was head of portfolio management within the cards and consumer lending department at Citibank Australia.

He has previously held a range of senior roles with Citi, payments provider Cuscal and HSBC, where he was head of personal loans for a year.

Revolut has also hired Daniel Travini as its new head of technology. He has joined the ranks from 86 400, where he was digital services lead.

Previously, Mr Travini had held senior roles with eftpos Australia, where he led the team responsible for the build and delivery of the company’s payment tokenisation service.

Matt Baxby, chief executive of Revolut Australia, commented that the team is “very pleased” to welcome the new appointments, as it grows its local customer base.

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Mr Gosarevski said: “I’m delighted to join Revolut and be at the forefront of delivering new products to the Australian market. As the fintech sector continues to innovate, it’s exciting to join a business that is committed to building products that can meet consumers’ changing expectations and needs.”

Mr Travini added he was happy to join the team at an “exciting stage of the business”.

“I especially look forward to the initiatives that lay ahead as Revolut expands in Australia and across the globe,” he said.

Revolut now has 16 million customers worldwide, and the UK fintech recently completed an US$800 million ($1 billion) funding raise.

[Related: Revolut appoints first Australian CEO]

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