Global cross-border payments infrastructure network Thunes appoints Chloé Mayenobe as its new Chief Operating Officer (COO) on the heels of its US$ 72 million Series C fundraise in July 2023. Mayenobe will be based in Thunes’ Paris office.
She most recently the COO of fintech unicorn Solaris Group and prior to that, she was Deputy CEO of Natixis Payments.
Mayenobe spent over 12 years at Ingenico Group, where she was appointed EVP of Governance and Risks before being appointed as Managing Director of Europe for the retail division. There, she was responsible for more than 1,500 employees and managed over €400 million in revenue.
Chloé Mayenobe said,
“I am excited to join Thunes at such an important time in its journey. Thunes has already made incredible strides in connecting the payment methods used worldwide.
I look forward to driving further innovation and global growth, and making Thunes an integral part of global cross-border money movement.”
Peter De Caluwe, CEO of Thunes said,
“Chloé’s track record in transforming and scaling businesses is exceptional.
She has helped many companies leapfrog to the next level of their journey, and I’m looking forward to seeing her advance Thunes to new heights, and help us get closer to our mission to make cross-border payments more accessible and efficient for all.”