Home Credit B.V. announces its new Country CEO in Vietnam

Home Credit B.V., the Netherlands-based holding company for Home Credit’s leading multi-channel consumer finance operations in CEE and Asia, has appointed a new country head for its operations in Vietnam

Dmitry Mosolov will become Country CEO in Vietnam as of 1 October 2017. Dmitry will report to Tomas Jirgl, Group Regional Executive Director.

Dmitry Mosolov joined Home Credit Group 15 years ago. He is currently First Deputy Chairman of the Board of Home Credit & Finance Bank (“Home Credit Russia”), a position he has held for the last 8 years. He has worked for Home Credit from the very start of our operations in the country – after joining the company from Technopolis, the local bank that Home Credit acquired in 2002 when it entered the Russia’s market. Dmitry has built his career mostly within Home Credit Russia’s headquarters in Moscow: he served as market analyst, Head of Corporate Lending, Head of Financial Planning and Controlling and also as Chief Financial Officer.

Dmitry is a graduate of the Moscow Institute of Economics and Statistics and holds a Masters’ degree in Economics and Banking. He also has an MBA from the Rochester Institute of Technology.

Commenting on the change in the Vietnam Country Management Team, Jiri Smejc, Group CEO said: “I’m pleased to welcome Dmitry to his new position as CEO of our Vietnamese operations. Dmitry has been with us for a long time and I am confident in his skill and ability to bring the same passion and commitment to this dynamic market, and I wish him every success. At the same time, I also want to congratulate the Vietnamese top management team, in particular Bruce Butler and Ivo Slanina, who oversaw the successful roll-out of revolutionary products like the zero-percent loans and Big Data-driven walk-in cash loans, which completely transformed the market, doubled our volumes and profit and cemented our position as the top choice for consumer lending in Vietnam.”