|Alma mater||University of Oxford|
|Occupation||CEO of Monzo Bank|
After studying for a law degree at the University of Oxford, he worked for OC&C Strategy Consultants, before founding the UK-based company GoCardless and challenger bank Monzo. In 2013, he was recognised as one of the top five entrepreneurs under 30 by the European Commission.
When GoCardless appointed Hiroki Takeuchi as CEO in 2013, Blomfield joined the dating site Grouper social club as Head of Growth. Grouper closed in 2016. On returning from New York, Blomfield joined Starling Bank where he developed the idea to start his own bank which would ultimately become Monzo.
He was appointed an Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the 2019 New Year Honours for services to Improving Competition and Financial Inclusion in the Banking Sector.
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