Alexi Paxinos has joined Shaype as Head of Enterprise Growth within the newest spherical of latest firm hires by the Sydney-based world fintech.
Alexi is a confirmed gross sales chief in funds, id and connectivity, who has beforehand labored at IDEMIA, Visa, GRC Institute and Westpac.
“I’m thrilled to hitch the proficient staff at Shaype and be a part of their subsequent development part,” Alexi stated.
“Shaype has been confidently enabling companies to embed fee companies of their buyer propositions, and companies have been selecting Shaype as a result of they know the staff can ship capably, shortly and flexibly,” he added.
Shaype’s highly effective and versatile embedded finance platform allows purchasers like CommBank’s x15ventures and Nano Digital Dwelling Loans to construct distinctive monetary experiences sooner, smarter and with extra confidence.
Welcoming Alexi Paxinos, Shaype’s CEO & Founder Andrew Laycock stated, “We’re thrilled to welcome Alexi into the Shaype staff as we speed up development. He brings with him a wealth of expertise in monetary companies, funds, and know-how. We met Alexi a few years in the past whereas he was at Visa and we had been impressed by his management and his capability to encourage confidence in us, clear up issues and ship worth at each engagement. Not solely a talented member of the staff, he is a good ambassador for our values.”
It has been estimated that the worldwide embedded finance alternative shall be value US$7 trillion within the subsequent 10 years.
Explaining additional why he’s excited to maneuver into embedded finance, Alexi stated, “I believe that Shaype’s providing is sweet for the Australian financial system because it allows totally different monetary companies propositions to emerge sooner and extra affordably. This encourages competitors and innovation inside companies, which in flip provides their prospects a greater expertise, extra selection and comfort in how they handle their funds.”
Shaype now has over 100 staff globally with workplaces in Sydney, London, Belfast, Glasgow and Warsaw.