Tribe Payments appoints C-level executives to beef up management team

London-based payment services provider, Tribe Payments has announced the appointment of three C-level executives, thus beefing up its management team. It has appointed Fadl Mahmoud as the Chief Information Officer, Vytautas Mickevicius appointed as Chief Technology Officer and Alex Reddish as the Chief Commercial Officer. The new appointments, as the supplier states, are expected to further the supplier’s goal of assembling payment experts and accelerate the speed of their technology services.

Fadl Mahmoud, with a 15-year experience, has previously worked with Nets processing platform in Denmark and is expected to ensure the stability of systems and scalability of processing services at Tribe Payments. Fadl commented on the appointment, “With certification in place with the biggest card schemes, the potential for growth is enormous—a challenge I look forward to.”

Vytautas Mickevicius has held roles at Alna, Deutsche Bank with experience in online gaming systems. He is expected to guide Tribe’s development and build upon its long term technology strategy. He said, “Working with Tribe offers a great opportunity to work on the next generation of payments technology and with partners who want to push the boundaries of technology for their customers.”

Alex Reddish, the new CCO, has previously worked at Valitor and Raphaels Bank and has experience in issuing, processing, and bank-to-bank payments. His role expects him to guide and support program managers and partners through payment innovation. He commented, “Tribe’s technology breaks the legacy cycle that makes it so difficult for many financial service providers to innovate and bring new concepts to market. I’m excited to join a tribe dedicated to delivering ground-breaking payment services where they are most needed.”

Recently, Starling Banking Services partnered with payments platform Tribe Payments in a bid to provide its customers with real-time access to the major UK and European Payment Schemes.

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