PayPal Appoints New Chief Enterprise Services Officer

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PayPal Holdings, Inc. has announced the appointment of Aaron J. Webster as its Executive Vice President, Chief Enterprise Services Officer. The appointment, effective as of March 18, brings a highly experienced executive to the company’s leadership team.

Aaron J. Webster’s Role at PayPal

Webster’s new role at PayPal will involve end-to-end accountability for global financial crime and fraud prevention programs, regulatory and government relations, and risk and compliance management. His experience and understanding of financial services products and risk management are expected to enhance customer relationships and contribute to the company’s growth.

Career History of Aaron J. Webster

Prior to joining PayPal, Webster worked at SoFi, where he served as Chief Risk Officer, Global Head of Operations, and Latin America. He was instrumental in preparing SoFi Bank, NA for launch and growth, scaling global operations, and establishing a presence in Latin America to facilitate modern payment infrastructure. Webster’s career also includes executive leadership roles at prominent companies such as Citi, Toyota, and GE Capital.

Statements from PayPal and Webster

Alex Chriss, President and CEO of PayPal, expressed confidence in Webster’s ability to bring tremendous value and leadership to the company. According to Chriss, Webster has consistently proven himself as a growth leader in the financial services sector.

Webster, on the other hand, expressed enthusiasm about his new role. He praised PayPal’s commitment to risk and compliance excellence and global financial crime prevention, which he said has made PayPal one of the most trusted financial services companies. He described it as a privilege to join the PayPal team and contribute to protecting customers and revolutionizing commerce globally.

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