Lending Club, a peer lending network, has appointed Carrie Dolan, former senior vice president (SVP) and treasurer for The Charles Schwab Corporation, as chief financial officer (CFO). In this role, Dolan will be responsible for Lending Club’s financial management and strategy as the company achieves its next phase of growth.
Dolan previously served as the CFO for Schwab Bank, which she helped launch in 2003. In mid 2007, Dolan significantly restructured Schwab’s capital position and throughout the financial crisis, she maintained strong capital and liquidity positions while concurrently managing significant balance sheet growth.
Prior to Schwab, Dolan held a variety of positions at Chevron in financial planning and analysis, management reporting, accounting, credit and treasury. During her tenure, she helped launch Chevron Credit Bank, where she served as CFO and was a member of the board of directors.
Dolan received both her finance bachelor’s degree and her MBA degree from the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley.
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