Phil Blows joins OpenPayd as VP of Sales
- People Moves
- 16.07.2020 04:56 pm
OpenPayd, an API-led Banking-as-Service provider, today announced the appointment of Phil Blows as VP of Sales.
The OpenPayd platform enables businesses such as marketplaces, PSPs, fintechs and FX brokers looking to deploy digital banking capabilities to benefit from IBANs in multiple currencies, access local and international payment networks, FX conversion, and card processing capabilities. The services can also be integrated seamlessly into businesses’ technology as a white-label offering.
Phil’s responsibilities include driving international revenue growth within the company’s target verticals, strategic partnership development, and to increase market penetration of OpenPayd’s solutions into global enterprise businesses. As a member of the senior team, he will join Digby Try’s team.
Phil brings more than 15 years’ experience in business development accompanied with an in-depth expertise in financial products, wealth management, FX and trading having helped both established companies and scale-ups dramatically grow their business and increase profitability.
Prior to joining OpenPayd, Phil has held leadership positions in companies such as Wealth Wizard, Silicon Roundabout, Continental Capital Markets and Moneycorp where he was responsible for developing sales strategies coupled with direct responsibility for revenue and market share growth.
Of his new appointment with OpenPayd, Phil Blows comments: “There is a real demand globally for the value proposition that OpenPayd offers and I am extremely excited about the opportunity to help drive the next stage of accelerated global growth for the company.”
Digby Try, Head of Sales commenting on the appointment says: ‘It’s an exciting time to have Phil join our business development team and I’m looking forward to working closely with Phil as we expand into new markets and regions. He further adds: ‘His wealth of expertise and global experience will highly support our expansion and growth plans.”