Liza Landsman has resigned as Citigroup’s U.S. head of online and mobile banking after only a year of directing its consumer internet and mobile division, according to finextra.com.
A Citi employee since 2000, Landsman helped Citi roll out a bevy of cutting-edge projects, including mobile banking apps, the Citi Shopper bargain-hunting app, and contactless payment stickers.
However, last month it was discovered that a Citi mobile banking app for the iPhone contained a security flaw that backed up and saved user account information to a hidden file on consumer handsets, ultimately leading to the dismissal of Landsman’s appointer Terri Dial in January.
According to Bloomberg, Dial’s replacement Manual Medina-Mora has decided to take things in a different direction, appointing PayPal’s Dickson Chu as innovation chief for Citi’s US retail cards business.
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