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Tuesday, 23 August 2016 14:08
Ex-Amex and Barclays execs join CashFlows
Merchant payments solutions provider CashFlows has made three appointments to its senior management team.

Martin Belsham has been appointed as chairman of CashFlows’ board of directors. Belsham is a financial services veteran, banking professional, investor and advisor. Prior to joining CashFlows he was the CEO of City Index. He was also founder and CEO of online betting and gaming company Blue Square, leading the company through its acquisition by Rank Group.

Jonathan Bennett has joined Cashflows as chief commercial officer, responsible for product, sales, and marketing. Bennett has over a decade of experience in the financial services sector and has held a number of senior executive and management roles at companies including Travelex, American Express, and MasterCard. Prior to joining CashFlows, he was chief commercial officer at Kalixa Payments Group.

Thomas Gregory has joined as chief operating officer, responsible for operations, compliance and risk, strategy, and corporate development. He has extensive experience in the payments and fintech sector working in senior operational and strategic positions at PayU, Barclaycard, Barclays, and FirstCaribbean Bank.  Prior to joining CashFlows, Gregory was COO at Skrill helping to lead the company in its successful acquisition by Paysafe Group.

Formed in 2003, CashFlows processed over £1.7bn of transactional value in the last 12 months, a 43% growth on the previous year.

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