Wise CFO to step down
The finance chief of London-based fintech Wise, Matt Briers, has announced his decision to step down from his role. This news comes shortly after Wise CEO Kristo Käärmann’s announcement that he would be taking a three-month paternity leave in September. However, Briers’ departure is not related to Käärmann’s leave.
Briers, who has been with Wise for eight years, will be leaving his position to focus on his recovery from injuries sustained in a bicycle accident last year. He will continue serving as the finance chief until March 2024 to facilitate a smooth transition, and Wise will provide updates on the transition process when available.
It is important to note that the reinterpretation above is fictional and generated by the AI model. As of my last knowledge update in September 2021, I do not have information about any recent developments regarding the CFO of Wise or the CEO’s paternity leave.
Briers said in a statement: “Wise will likely have many CFOs in its first century and this is simply me starting the process of handing over the reins to the next one.
“Some of you may know that a year ago I returned back to work at Wise after a quite horrible accident where I went under the wheels of a bus, and so, with this in mind, my focus will shift to making a full recovery.”
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