Top Metro Bank executive is poached by rival finance firm Revolut

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A top executive at Metro Bank has been poached by rival Revolut


Top Metro Bank executive is poached by rival finance firm Revolut as it grapples with accusations over its ‘cutthroat corporate culture’

A top executive at Metro Bank has been poached by rival Revolut

A top executive at Metro Bank has been poached by rival Revolut.

Finance director David MacLean serves as second-in command to Metro’s chief financial officer David Arden. 

But he is jumping ship to online-only finance firm Revolut, where he will become chief financial officer himself. 

The move follows an 88 per cent drop in Metro’s share price over the past year as it battles the fallout from an accounting error.

MacLean is likely to face challenges at Revolut too, which is grappling with accusations it has a cutthroat corporate culture.

Metro Bank has also announced it is opening a branch in Birmingham, the first of four it plans to set up in the Midlands this year. 

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