U.K.-based fashion marketplace Depop has made two additions to its executive team, appointing Rachel McShane as CFO and Rebecca Levy-Lewis as senior director, people, culture and impact.
McShane (LinkedIn profile), who takes up her role this month, joins Depop from PaySafe, where she served as CFO of its digital wallets division. Her prior experience includes more than a decade at Barclays, most recently as head of finance for its corporate bank.
She replaces Francois Callens, who stepped down as chief operating and financial officer over the summer to take on new challenges in the technology sector.
With a background in the fashion, retail and marketplace sectors across the U.S. and U.K., Levy-Lewis (LinkedIn profile) will take on her newly created role in January, following her return from parental leave.
She previously served as Depop’s director of communications and has spent over four years at the company, working on both external and internal communications.
“We’re delighted to be bolstering our executive team with two proven leaders who have a strong connection to our mission and a great understanding of the culture and ethos of our business,” said CEO Kruti Patel Goyal.
“Both Rachel and Rebecca have deep experience of managing high performing teams and truly embody our values of empowerment, integrity and commitment; they’re uniquely placed to help us deliver on our ambitions in 2024 and beyond.”
Etsy-owned Depop posted an 8% year-on-year increase in revenue to £53.4 million ($65.1 million U.S.) in 2022, while its operating loss declined by 30% to £59.4 million.
The marketplace has approximately 30 million registered users and had 3.3 million active buyers and 1.8 million active sellers at the end of last year.