Former Mastercard Chairman Is Huddl’s Chief Advisor
Lance Weaver draws on over 40 years of experience in the financial sector to advise Huddl and guide them as they launch their new investing platform.
Longtime industry leader Lance Weaver is helping launch the Huddl platform as Chief Advisor. This appointment comes as part of Huddl’s mission to give mainstream investors access to premium investment services and opportunities typically reserved for the wealthy.
Weaver brings nearly 40 years of experience in the financial sector to the Huddl team.
Weaver brings nearly 40 years of experience in the financial sector to the Huddl team. He joins Huddl after serving as the Chairman of MasterCard. For 18 years, he worked for Bank of America, overseeing their North American and international credit card business. Prior to that, he served as executive vice chairman and chief administrative officer of MBNA, overseeing everything from corporate affairs and government relations to personnel and investor relations. He also served as president of the MBNA Education Foundation, managing MBNA’s community relations activities, helping to take MBNA public in 1991, and eventually selling the company to Bank of America for $35 billion.
He has advised such companies as VISA, Citigroup, Virgin Money, and more.
“Weaver is the perfect advisor for Huddl,” said Stephen Corliss, CEO at Huddl. “He is uniquely positioned to dramatically accelerate our business in the financial space. We’re excited to have such an experienced executive on the team.”
Weaver has spent years in advisory roles, serving Fortune 500 companies and fintech startups alike. He has advised such companies as VISA, Citigroup, Virgin Money, and more.
Huddl has assembled a world-class executive and technology team and is set to launch in early 2019 with an iOS and Android mobile experience. To learn more about Huddl’s new investing experience, visit our website at https://ihuddl.com/.
About Huddl: Access Granted
Huddl wants to empower retail investors to achieve a broad and fair distribution of wealth. To reach this goal, Huddl is institutionalizing mainstream investing by democratizing access to broad-based financial services and products. Using a powerful, established and fully-scalable structure, mainstream consumers are able to intelligently, responsibly and safely gain access to premium investment services and products.