Moneythor names Martin Frick as CEO

Moneythor, the leading provider of all-in-one personalisation solutions for financial institutions, has announced the appointment of Martin Frick as its new Chief Executive Officer.

Concurrently, Olivier Berthier, the co-founder of Moneythor will transition to the role of Chairman, continuing to provide invaluable guidance and support to the organisation.

This significant leadership transition marks a significant milestone in the evolution of Moneythor and comes at a time of significant growth and expansion for Moneythor, marked by the acquisition of numerous clients across various new markets and regions.

With a career spanning more than three decades, Martin boasts extensive experience and a proven track record of fostering organisational success in dynamic and competitive markets. His tenure includes notable roles such as Managing Director, Asia Pacific, at industry-leading software firms Temenos and Avaloq. Most recently, Martin led his own consultancy business, Amsantix Pte Ltd., assisting technology companies in scaling and achieving sustainable growth.

In his role as CEO, Martin will focus on accelerating growth, fostering innovation, and strengthening Moneythor’s position as a market leader in the financial services personalisation space.

Olivier, who has played an instrumental role in founding and shaping Moneythor since its inception, will assume the position of Chairman. In this capacity, he will continue to contribute his strategic insights and industry expertise to guide the company’s long-term vision and strategic direction. As Chairman, Olivier will work closely with Martin to ensure a seamless transition and sustained momentum.

Commenting on the leadership transition, Olivier expressed confidence in Martin’s ability to lead Moneythor through this next chapter of growth. He stated, “I am incredibly proud of what we have achieved at Moneythor over the last 11 years. As I transition to the role of Chairman, I have full confidence in Martin’s leadership capabilities and vision for the future. Together, we will continue to drive innovation, foster growth, and deliver exceptional value to our customers.”

Martin added “I am honoured to join Moneythor at such an exciting time in its journey. Under Olivier’s leadership, Moneythor, has achieved great success and built a strong foundation upon which I look forward to growing. Together, we will chart a course for continued success and solidify Moneythor’s position as a leader in the financial services space.”

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