Mettle Appoints Michelle Prance as CEO, Aiming to Revolutionize Banking for Self-Employed

Banking for Self-Employed
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Introducing Michelle Prance, the New CEO of Mettle Michelle Prance assumes the role of CEO at Mettle, NatWest’s digital bank catering to small businesses and freelancers.

Mettle’s Vision: Simplifying Banking for the Self-Employed Launched in 2018, Mettle offers app-only banking services, including free business accounts and financial management tools tailored for sole traders.

Prance’s Journey: From NatWest to Mettle CEO Michelle Prance, who joined NatWest in 2021, previously served as group director for customer and colleague journeys, bringing valuable expertise.

Mettle’s Commitment to Empowering Self-Employed Individuals Prance underscores Mettle’s dedication to addressing the long-standing neglect of the self-employed by traditional banks.

Innovative Features: Tax Calculations and Saving Pots Mettle distinguishes itself by providing features like automated tax calculations and customizable saving pots, catering to the unique needs of freelancers.

James Holian Commends Prance’s Track Record James Holian, head of business banking at NatWest Group, praises Prance’s extensive experience in product innovation and banking strategy.

Transitioning Leadership: Andy Ellis to NatWest Boxed Andy Ellis, former Mettle CEO, transitions to lead NatWest’s Banking-as-a-Service (BaaS) business, NatWest Boxed, after Marieke Flament’s departure.

Thus, A New Chapter for Mettle With Michelle Prance at the helm, Mettle aims to revolutionize banking for the self-employed, prioritizing simplicity, innovation, and tailored solutions.

Re-reported from the article originally published in The fintechinshort

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