Finleap shrinks its lead
Birte Sewing and Florian Resatsch have to leave the company builder, according to a media report. The reason is a new strategy.
Fintech company builder Finleap is reporting two exits. Birte Sewing is leaving the company, Finance Forwardreports. Sewing had been COO since 2019, overseeing two startups Solarisbank and insurance provider Element, among others. Finleap CEO Ramin Niroumand now wants to take care of the two companies personally. He is also to take over Sewing's chairmanship of the supervisory board at Solarisbank. In addition, Florian Resatsch, who joined Finleap last year and is responsible for new investments, will leave in the summer.
The departures of the two executives are said to reflect the new strategy, Finance Forward reports. According to the report, Finleap announced late last year that it would only look after existing collaborations and not acquire new startups. Following the departure of Sewing and Resatsch, Finleap's leadership now consists only of CEO Niroumand and Michael Hock and Max Schoppen. The realignment has already led to some departures. Currently, about 15 employees still work for Finleap, Finance Forwardwrites.
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