Miranda McLean, VP of Marketing at ground-breaking financial utility, Saxo Payments Banking Circle since its launch, has been appointed to the executive board of the European Women Payments Network.
The European Women Payments Network is focused on championing the skills and expertise of women in the burgeoning fintech and payments sectors. In particular, through mentorship, leadership programmes, networking events and workshops, EWPN is providing the opportunity for women to learn, network, share and celebrate their achievements.
The appointment of Miranda McLean to the executive board signals the EWPN’s ambition to further extend its reach and influence throughout the European business community.
"The fintech sector is, itself, breaking new ground and challenging the status quo. It therefore makes sense for those working in this sector to advocate diversity and inclusiveness – and for women to lead that cause.
“I am tremendously excited to have been appointed to the executive board and look forward to working with my colleagues to continue to extend the reach and influence of the EWPN.”
Miranda McLean has built a considerable reputation for developing and executing successful marketing strategies for a wide range of financial services businesses over more than two decades. Starting her career at Thomson Financial, she has also held senior positions at Reuters, Standard and Poor, Lexis Nexis, Equifax and Ukash. In 2015 she was appointed by payments start-up, Saxo Payments, to create the brand identity and marketing strategy which has taken the cross border financial utility to a multi-million dollar business in less than three years.
As a highly motivated marketer, Miranda believes barriers to opportunity only exist if vision is blinkered. She has committed to self-development and improvement at every stage of her career to build a wealth of experience in global and European brand development, execution and management. She aims to bring that enthusiasm and energy to her new role at EWPN.
Martha Mghendi-Fisher, founder of the European Women Payments Network added:
“Since our formation in 2015, we have focused on building a strong network of women working in the sector who can share their experiences to help others to progress their careers. Now we want to take the Network to the next level of influence and Miranda McLean’s experience in the field of marketing will be invaluable to hone our messages and extend our reach.”