Dario Azzopardi / LinkedIn

Multitude Bank plc on Tuesday announced that Dario Azzopardi’s appointment to Deputy CEO has been granted regulatory approval from the Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA).

His appointment was first announced in June, where he replaced Julie Chatterjee, who shall be retaining her role as Chief Commercial Officer (CCO).

Additionally, the bank also shared that CEO Antti Kumpulainen’s appointment to Executive Board Member has also been granted regulatory approval by the MFSA, having first been announced last month.

Mr Azzopardi first joined Multitude Bank, previously known as Ferratum Bank, in February 2015 as Head of Treasury, Bank FP&A, after which he was appointed Chief Operating Officer (COO) and Chief Banking Officer.

He has over 15 years of experience in banking and finance, with his expertise covering finance, business, process improvements, leadership, and payments. He is a Warranted Certified Public Accountant and a Member of the Malta Institute of Accountants.

Mr Azzopardi holds a Bachelor of Accountancy (Hons) degree and a Bachelor of Commerce degree from University of Malta.

Multitude Bank, which completed the rebrand from Ferratum Bank last September, is a Malta-based bank with Finnish origins. It provides a range of banking services to its clients, with its EU banking licence enabling it to do so from Malta to other jurisdictions within the European Economic Area.

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Multitude Bank Deputy CEO Dario Azzopardi / LinkedIn

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