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[email protected] grows senior leadership team for next phase of growth

Supply@ME grows senior leadership team for next phase of growth | Fintech Finance

[email protected] Capital plc, the innovative fintech platform which provides the Inventory Monetisation© service to manufacturing and trading companies, is pleased to announce a series of senior appointments as it prepares for the next phase of its growth strategy.

Mark  Kavanagh has been appointed as group head of operations and transformation, Alice Buxton joins as group head of people and Amy Benning has been appointed as group chief financial officer.

Kavanagh joins [email protected] from Greensill Capital where he served as head of product risk for more than four years. During his time there, he helped to expand and train the credit team on new product offerings, acquisitions and integrations. Prior to this, he held various roles at GE Capital where he worked for more than 15 years, as head of the European Credit team and managing the auto scoring and decisioning.

Buxton is an accomplished talent manager, with extensive experience in delivering for global financial services and fintech companies. Prior to joining [email protected], she was head of talent at Greensill Capital. Buxton built a global people function from scratch, designing and implementing a talent acquisition strategy, delivering substantial people growth, increasing operational and cost efficiency and increasing workforce diversity. Buxton also worked at Goldman Sachs as executive director of human capital management. She began her career at EY, where she was responsible for managing and meeting recruitment targets for multiple service lines and offices.

Benning joins [email protected] from Alfa Financial Software, a London Stock Exchange-listed asset finance software provider, where she was finance director. Prior to this, Benning was a senior manager in PwC’s London Capital Markets team for more than 12 years, where she focused on technical accounting, M&A transactions and initial public offerings for a wide range of clients. Before this, she was a SOX analyst in BP’s shipping arm. Originally from New Zealand, Benning began her career as an auditor at KPMG New Zealand, where she gained her Chartered Accountant certification, and moved to the UK in 2005.

Today’s news marks the latest development in [email protected]’s growth story. The arrival of Benning, Buxton and Kavanagh follows [email protected]’s acquisition of TradeFlow Capital. As part of the transaction, TradeFlow co-founders Tom James and John Collis will join [email protected]’s Board as Executive Directors following the 2020 AGM, scheduled for 30 July 2021.

Alessandro Zamboni, CEO, [email protected] said: “Over the past 18 months our business has gone from strength to strength. We are now well placed to embark on the next phase of our growth strategy. To do so will require bringing in new market leading personnel across the business to complement our existing expertise. Amy, Alice and Mark are the ideal candidates to support the business and ensure we maintain our momentum. I am delighted to welcome them to the team and look forward to working with them as the business continues to reach new milestones.”

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