London, February 17, 2014 – Crossflow Payments, a leading supply chain finance provider, has announced the addition of key sales team members to support its expansion. These new hires will play an integral role in building and growing the company’s customer base and onboarding corporate buyers and their supply chains onto its supplier chain finance platform.
Alistair Ward joins Crossflow Payments as Business Development Director and brings more than 20 years’ industry experience in senior sales roles with GXS, Atlas, Freeway Commerce and GE. Alistair brings huge experience in transaction processing, EDI and supply chain e-commerce and has worked with many major retailers, their suppliers, distributors, logistics providers and manufacturers.
Peter Renshaw joins Crossflow Payments as Business Development Director. Peter comes to Crossflow Payments with over 20 years sales experience with RBS, Streamline and Worldpay, where he served as Regional Sales Director and Head of Merchant Services. Within his previous roles, Peter has led a sales force to develop new business and manage major accounts.
Adrian Benjamin joins Crossflow Payments as Assistant Business Development Manager. He has previously served as Assistant Business Development Manager at RBS Invoice Finance where his role encompassed research, business proposals, data analysis and documentation, NatWest and Barclays. Prior to this Adrian had international exposure with UBS in New York.
Tony Duggan, CEO of Crossflow commented “I am delighted to welcome the new additions to the Crossflow Payments team. As a business, we have always strived to foster innovation by bringing in the most talented and experienced individuals. Crossflow Payments now has the largest sales and marketing team in the corporate peer to peer finance market. This reflects our commitment to grow and take the company to the next level as we now have £5Bn of funding sourced from hedge funds and banks, ready to be injected into UK supply chains in 2014. We feel that these new additions will help us develop new relationships and expand.”
Crossflow Payments has recently launched its industry-first peer-to-peer (P2P) invoice financing service, which supports SME cash flow issues in supply chains and offers finance providers a low risk, high yield investment option. The Crossflow Payments platform is highly intuitive and easy-to-use, featuring a simple interface which requires minimal external support. Its use of the cloud makes it inherently flexible and it gives users greater control over their financial systems as well as improved business intelligence. For further information please visit www.crossflowpayments.co.uk.