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IFX Payments appoints non-exec director

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Fintech firm IFX Payments has appointed Martin Roskott as a non-executive director.

Roskott has over 30 years of banking experience – he was previously Head of Finance and Brokers at Barclays Bank and spent over 18 years at N M Rothschild where he had responsibility for trading precious metals, foreign exchange, derivatives and futures.
 
During his time at Barclays Bank, Roskott had a leadership role setting the direction and strategy for a variety of non-bank financial institution clients including broker / dealers, stockbrokers, futures brokers, central clearing counter parties, a range of financial technology companies and a range of FX and payments companies, amongst others.
 
In addition to appointing Roskott, IFX Payments has also made some additional appointments to the board, promoting William Marwick to Head of Legal and James Walton to Head of Operations.
 
Nick Williams, CEO, IFX Payments, says: “Martin has an incredible track record in the banking market, he is already proving to be an exceptional and active member of the board, providing insightful and independent viewpoints to further our success to the next level”. He continued: “I would also like to personally congratulate William and James on their promotion and thank them for their outstanding contributions to the company.”
 
Roskott says: “It is great to join a thriving and energetic business, where digital transformation is at its core – the company has a strong innovation led approach and is heading towards substantial growth. I am really looking forward to participating in this journey with an exceptional team of motivated and talented people.”

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