P2P news: Andrius Bolšaitis is the new CEO of Viventor. Viventor is pleased to announce that the management of Viventor is growing and getting stronger. This week they welcomed the new CEO of Viventor Andrius Bolšaitis. He has taken over as CEO of Viventor from July 22. Mr. Bolšaitis has replaced previous CEO of the company, Toms Niparts, who is starting his own new startup.
The new CEO has 14 years’ worth of banking and business experience while working in the SEB, which is leading Nordic financial services group. He spent most of his career working in corporate banking as he joined the company in 2006 and became a business manager. Later in his career, in 2012, he became the Head of Cash Management and was responsible for the managing a sales team, servicing and maintaining relationships with the largest corporate and institutional customers, participating in the development of product and service strategy of the bank.
In 2016, he became the Head of Digital banking and the position of manager in the Innovation center in late 2017 followed. These responsibilities expanded Bolšaitis’ view in the world of finances, formed the solid background in latest innovations and trends.
Mr. Bolšaitis is excited to lead Viventor as he sees the industry as fresh and compelling. The possibility of growing and creating new and better developments hypes Bolšaitis up.
The experiences gained while working in the banking sector are key for the new CEO to expand business and shape towards the company growth as being bigger and better is the main focus of his.
“The main thing that we want to do is grow even bigger. As we are achieving great things every day, comparably we are still one of the smaller players in this market. My ambition is to grow the business multiple times in the years to come, to continuously improve the user experience of both loan originators and investors, to make it even easier to post and invest into loans” said Mr. Bolšaitis.
With this new addition to the Viventor’s Management team, the company will keep on growing and improving the services for everyone. Our investors can expect additional investment opportunities from Moldova, Bosnia, Ukraine, Poland, Lithuania and Asian countries which will improve investment risk diversification. In addition, there are planned system improvements, along with the strengthening of the compliance with all relevant regulations and law.