Payments provider Equiniti International Payments has hired six across its business.
Aftab Baig has been appointed interim head of fincrime compliance. He will be based in the Crawley office, and report to Nick Pedersen, managing director.
Baig has over 10 years’ experience in financial crime compliance, and previously worked as hybrid project manager and business analyst at HSBC, and held similar roles at Lloyds Banking Group and Barclays.
In this role, Baig will be responsible for developing Equiniti’s capabilities to be equipped to deal with evolving financial crime.
Thomas Campbell has been appointed as business development director, reporting to Pedersen and David Beresford. Prior to this role, Campbell was head of sales at Ebury Partners, and will be based in the London office.
David Poore joined Equinti as relationship manager, having spent the previous decade as a senior corporate FX dealer at Moneycorp.
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Oliver Ayres and Callum Miles have joined Equinti as business development manager and business development associate respectively, and will report to Thomas Campbell.
Amy Kiplin has been appointed head of marketing, and will be responsible for managing and implementing business-wide marketing, reporting to Nick Pedersen.
Pedersen said: “We’re thrilled to welcome each new team member and their arrivals further strengthen our high calibre international payments offering.
“Their appointments demonstrate the solid growth we have achieved so far and strongly express our ambition for further growth throughout 2017 and beyond.”