The EBRD has appointed Dina Matta as its first Vice President, Chief Transformation Officer to oversee the Bank’s digital transformation


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EBRD appoints Dina Matta as VP, Chief Transformation Officer

EBRD appoints Dina Matta as VP, Chief Transformation Officer

 July 13, 2021

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has appointed Dina Matta as its first Vice President, Chief Transformation Officer.

Seizing digitalisation opportunities

Dina will oversee the Bank’s digital transformation, as well as its move to its new London Headquarters in Canary Wharf. She will be a member of the Executive Committee, the Bank’s management leadership group.

“I am delighted that Dina Matta will be joining the Bank. She is a highly experienced business professional and her successful career in the private sector will bring vital experience to the transformation of the EBRD as we take advantage of the opportunities of digitalisation," says EBRD President Odile Renaud-Basso.

A successful leadership career

Dina joins the EBRD from ING Group in the Netherlands, where she has served as Head of Global Transformation since 2015. Prior to this, she worked in leading positions at organisations including BT Group and HSBC/Midland Bank. She has founded a number of companies in areas such as e-commerce and cloud application development.

A Jordanian citizen, Dina holds a Double Honours Degree in Mechanical & Production Engineering and Business Studies & Economics from Nottingham Trent University.


Become an admired leader at the EBRD

Dina Matta is one of many successful women leaders working for the EBRD, including CFO Soha El-Turky, Chief Economist Beata Javorcik, Chief Risk Officer Annemarie Straathof, Gender and Economic Inclusion Director Barbara Rambousek, and of course the Bank's President, Odile Renaud-Basso.

These women are forging a path for others to lead at the Bank - follow in their footsteps via a rewarding career at the EBRD.

  

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