RTGS.global CEO Dave Sissens steps down, Jarrad Hubble appointed interim CEO
Cross-border settlement fintech RTGS.global has appointed chief commercial officer Jarrad Hubble as its new interim CEO, effective immediately, with current CEO Dave Sissens stepping down from the role for personal reasons.
Sissens, who joined RTGS as CEO in April 2021, will continue working for the firm as a part-time advisor and help with the transition to a new leadership.
In his new role, Hubble will work under the guidance of the board and lead the day-to-day operations of the firm. He will also lead the company’s commercialisation, sales and client engagement functions.
Hubble joined RTGS in April last year as chief commercial officer. With over 15 years of experience in fintech and investment banking, he has previously served in a number of senior roles. Before RTGS, he worked as chief revenue officer at Trade Ledger following stints at NatWest, RBS and Currencies Direct.
RTGS has also named Phil Kenworthy as a new director of the board, starting from March. Kenworthy is the former CEO of the UK’s high-value payment system CHAPS, having previously held senior executive positions at Crest and CLS.