Checkout.com Appoints Meta’s Former Exec Meron Colbeci as New CPO

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Checkout.com Appoints Meta’s Former Exec Meron Colbeci as New CPO

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Checkout.com has announced the appointment of Meron Colbeci as its Chief Product Officer.

Colbeci is the former head of consumer product management at Meta’s fintech product group Novi, and was a senior product leader at SoFi and PayPal as well, a statement said.

In his new role, he will oversee the Checkout.com‘s product management, product operations and design functions worldwide.

The appointment of Colbeci is part of the company’s broader executive team expansion this year, including the addition of a new CFO, CHRO, CMO, CRO and CTO.

Guillaume Pousaz, CEO and Founder of Checkout.com

Guillaume Pousaz

“At our core, we are passionate about the application of emerging technologies to solve real-world opportunities for enterprise merchants.

Meron’s experience as a close partner and customer at Novi—and his years with numerous other fintech leaders—means he’s well-positioned to take our product efforts to the next level. I’m excited to partner with him as we push the boundaries of what’s possible,”

said Guillaume Pousaz, founder and CEO at Checkout.com.

Colbeci will be based at Checkout.com’s office in the San Francisco Bay Area, and plans to relocate to Europe, the center of the company’s product and development efforts, over the next year.

Meron Colbeci checkout CPO

Meron Colbeci

“Having worked with Checkout.com before, I had a good sense of how great the technology was and how capable the team was.

As I spent more time with Guillaume and the rest of the leadership team, I was inspired by the focus on building customer-first technologies that will help democratise access to the digital economy,”

said Colbeci.

Featured image: Checkout.com

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