ATB Financial names new President and CEO

By zaymalz malz

Leading Edmonton-based financial services company ATB Financial has named Curtis Stange as its new Chief Executive Officer and President.

Stange will replace current Chief Exec Dave Mowat in the role, a position that he has held for 11 years.

See also:

“Curtis is the perfect choice to become ATB’s next President and CEO,” Mowat said in a statement. “ATB prides itself on being more than a bank, and Curtis is certainly more than a banker.”

In addition to his current role as Chief Customer Officer at ATB, Stange has also stood as the company’s Chief Strategy and Operations Officer for a period of five years. Further, previous to his time at the firm, Stange found employment as the Vice President of Retail Markets at CIBC between 2005 and 2009.

“To be given this opportunity is incredibly humbling, and I’m inspired to work alongside 5,000 team members rich with culture and obsessed with serving our customers,” Stange said.

“We have the chance to transform banking and become more than a bank. We also have the privilege of using technology for the greater good of all Albertans and I can’t wait to see what our future holds.”

The leadership changes will become effective at the end of June.


Featured Articles

JPMorgan Chase: Committed to supporting the next generation

JPMorgan has unveiled a host of new and expanded philanthropic activities totalling US$3.5 million to support the development of apprenticeship programmes

How efficient digital ecosystems became business critical

During this unprecedented era of rapid digital transformation, establishing a well-functioning ecosystem stands to benefit both employees and customers

Mastercard: Supporting clients at a time of rapid evolution

Mastercard has announced a significant expansion of its consulting business with the launch of new practices dedicated to both AI and economics

Why Ceridian has boldly rebranded to Dayforce

Human Capital

McKinsey’s eight lessons in leadership for aspiring CEOs

Leadership & Strategy

KPMG: The biggest challenges facing global CEOs in 2023

Leadership & Strategy