People on the Move: Matt Rosenburg and Charles Potts, Ingo Money
Ingo Money has announced Matt Rosenburg as the Atlanta-based technology and solutions provider’s chief information officer. The appointment is part of an ongoing series of additions to management at Ingo as it takes on institutional equity and launches its prepaid remote deposit capture network nationally, according to the company. Former chief information officer, Darryl Storey, will remain with the company in a technical advisory role. Previously with Green Dot Corp., Rosenburg oversaw information security and technology operations functions. He also has held positions with East West Bancorp, OneWest Bank and Donaldson, Lufkin and Jenrette.
Ingo Money also has added Charles Potts as executive vice president of business development and enterprise sales. He will oversee the development and implementation of the company’s enterprise growth strategy and will help lead the overall business and product strategies for Ingo Money’s direct and indirect sales to financial institutions. He has more than 26 years of financial technology expertise and leadership experience. Most recently, he was president at Banno, where he oversaw the company’s growth within the financial services marketplace and accelerated the product delivery strategies of its partnerships.