Banker’ Almanac has appointed Martin Eves as payments product manager, bringing with him extensive experience and knowledge of the banking and financial industries.
Eves has been employed within the banking industry for over 10 years, working for companies such as Petra Financial, CB.Net, Thomson Financial and the London Stock Exchange. Most recently he has been focusing on the international payments information market, specifically mobile and internet products for the banks’ internal and customer-facing activities.
Eves’ responsibility will be to deliver new solutions expanding the product portfolio, and to further extend the breadth of our international payments information. This will help facilitate Bankers’ Almanac in its drive to deliver international payments solutions to new audiences and allow for existing customers to consume the data in the most efficient way.
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