Mambu names new Chief Financial Officer

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Langley Eide as Chief Financial Officer of Mambu

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates: Mambu, the leading SaaS banking platform, today announced the appointment of Langley Eide as Chief Financial Officer to drive the company’s growth strategy.

Eide brings more than two decades of experience in key operational, leadership and executive positions at industry-leading software and financial service organisations, including Morgan Stanley, ServiceNow, Alteryx and Kespry. 

In her capacity as the CFO of Mambu, Eide will oversee all aspects of the finance and legal organisations to drive strategic growth and efficient operational scaling.  

“I am thrilled to be joining a world-class team and excited to bring to Mambu 25 years of experience developing, executing and leading corporate finance, strategy and operations functions in the financial services and software industries. Fintech is an exciting space and Mambu is at the forefront of it. I am looking forward to maturing Mambu’s finance and corporate functions as the company pursues its compelling market opportunity,” Eide shared.

“Langley brings a unique blend of strategic and operational executive experience at rapidly growing SaaS businesses with depth across all corporate financial aspects in private and public companies. Her experience, drive and attitude make her a great addition to our executive team as we continue to rapidly expand in the years ahead,” said Eugene Danilkis, co-founder and CEO.

About Mambu:

​Mambu is the SaaS banking platform that is changing financial services​. This rapidly growing company​ ​was launched in 2011​ and is enabling customers to build modern banking ​and lending​ offerings​ fast, securely and simply​. Through its composable banking approach, the platform gives customers the ability to design and service nearly any financial product while rapidly integrating to the best-of-service ecosystem of complementary solutions around the world. Mambu has a global network​ of nearly 500 employees​ supports ​170 customers in over 65 countries. ​It counts N26, OakNorth, ABN AMRO and Orange amongst its extensive list of customers.​