By: 8 February 2023

Headquartered in New York, Stash reported revenues of $100m, with its customers investing $3b on its platform

Investment app Stash names new CEO

Stash, an investment app, has named Liza Landsman as its new chief executive officer.  

Landsman has been on Stash’s board since mid-2022, and joins the company from NEA, a venture capital firm, where she was general partner. She previously worked at Jet.com, Citigroup and BlackRock.  

Launched in 2015, Stash’s app provides investment, banking and education services, on subscription.  

Headquartered in New York, Stash reported revenues of $100m, with its customers investing $3b on its platform.  

As Landsman takes on the chief executive role, co-founder Brandon Krieg will step into the head of business development position to focus on new areas of the business. Ed Robinson, the other co-founder, will remain as president.  

Liza Landsman

Liza Landsman

On her new role, Landsman said: “Stash empowers millions of Americans to manage and grow their wealth. Its simple-yet-disruptive subscription platform, rooted in a deep commitment to the financial well-being of our customers, is exactly what millions of everyday Americans need today.” 

Brandon Krieg, co-founder of Stash, commented: “Liza is the right person to lead Stash as we continue to hit major revenue and customer milestones and evolve the business. 

“Her experience and knowledge of consumer products, ecommerce, and fintech is ideally suited to the opportunities ahead. Liza brings the scale and expertise needed to help Stash continue on its trajectory.” 

Image: Stash 

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Josh Poyser is an editor at FinTech Intel. He has written about fintech for several years and appeared at FinTech Connect 2023 on the 'Unlocking Success: The Art of Fintech PR' panel.