Ferdinand Brunet joins Memo Bank as Chief Financial Officer.




After announcing the launch of its banking services and obtaining a full banking license, Memo Bank, the new independent bank for growing SMEs, is pleased to announce that Ferdinand Brunet is joining the Management Board. He will take over as Chief Financial Officer and will succeed Tristan Pontet, co-founder of the structure, as of January 4, 2021. He will oversee financial activity, bank accounting, and cash management in a highly regulated environment.

"I am delighted to welcome Ferdinand to our Executive Board as Chief Financial Officer. His financial expertise and extensive experience in the banking sector will strengthen the skills of our existing teams and will be a real asset to ensure the rapid development of Memo Bank." said Jean-Daniel Guyot, co-founder and Chairman of the Executive Board of Memo Bank.

"I have been following the arrival of Memo Bank on the SME market. I am thrilled to be joining the team to structure its financial activity. Indeed, I am deeply convinced that there is a market opportunity for a new banking player for growing SMEs." added Ferdinand Brunet.

Graduating from Grenoble Ecole de Management, Ferdinand began his career at KPMG working as an Auditor for leading French banks. He then joined ING bank, where he held several positions as Manager and Financial Controller for almost ten years. He had recently joined Ditto Bank as Administrative and Financial Director.