Welcome Gabrielle Voilley, our new Bank Relations Coordinator

Welcome Gabrielle Voilley, our new Bank Relations Coordinator

We’re over the moon to welcome Gabrielle Voilley as our new Bank Relations Coordinator. Gabrielle has a background in business and have previously been working at Klarna. With parents from France and Sweden and growing up in Luxembourg, it's an understatement to say that she has a very international background.

Helene Andersson, Head of Banking Relations at Zimpler says: “We are very excited to welcome Gabrielle to the banking relations team! This will enable us to accelerate the expansion of our banking network even faster. Gabrielle’s organizational and collaboration skills will ensure all banks be met with the utmost professionalism and structure as they onboard.”

What is your role?

"I am currently working as a Bank Relations Coordinator. The role is fairly free and I get to do many different things, but my main area of focus is essentially about establishing good communication with banks and making sure we have a smooth on-boarding process."

Why did you choose to work at Zimpler?

"Zimpler is an exciting place to be at! The company is undergoing huge growth and is expanding to new markets, and it is fun to be part of this internationalization process. The culture of a company is also very important to me when choosing a workplace and here at Zimpler I saw a good fit between my own values and the company’s values."

What challenges do you face in your new role?

"I think one of the main challenges is that we are growing at such a rapid pace that it becomes a challenge to keep up with it, though that is also part of the fun of it."

Enough business, what do you like to do outside of work?

"I love dancing, so when I’m not at work you will most probably find me at the dance studio! And if not dancing, then I might be learning the guitar, reading an interesting book or hanging out with friends. I love to learn new things and tend to get bored when I don’t. This is why I chose documentaries over movies, and non-fiction over fiction, every day of the week!"