Ex-NatWest industry leader strengthens Cashflows Board
Cashflows, the platform that makes it easy for merchants to accept payments, today announces that seasoned payments expert Marion King has joined its Board of Directors.
Marion King boasts extensive experience in the payments and financial services industries. She joined NatWest in 2015 as director of payments, where she spent seven years setting and executing the bank’s payment strategy including payment architecture, operations, and innovation. Prior to this, Marion was president, UK & Ireland for MasterCard, leading on business growth and emerging technologies. In 2021 she was appointed chair of the Payments Association (previously Emerging Payments Association) and holds several non-executive director roles, including for Bibby Financial Services and the Multiple Sclerosis Society. Her appointment is subject to FCA approval.
Marion King, Board member, Cashflows, adds: “My vision for the British payments industry has always been a transparent sector focused on delivering customer benefits through innovation, and Cashflows is leading that charge. As such, I’m honoured to have been appointed to Cashflows’ Board of Directors, and excited to continue shaping the payments industry.”
Simon Haslam, chairman, Cashflows, comments: “We are delighted to be welcoming Marion to the Cashflows Board of Directors. Her unparalleled payments experience will be invaluable as we continue on our growth trajectory, and her reputation speaks to Cashflows’ credibility. The whole board and C-suite are looking forward to working closely with her as Cashflows continues to go from strength to strength.”
Marion joins industry heavyweight Steven Cooper CBE, CEO of Aldermore Group, and former CEO of Barclaycard business, on the Cashflows Board, further strengthening its already impressive payments expertise.
The full Cashflows Board consists of:
- Hannah Fitzsimons, CEO, Cashflows
- Julian Leigh, CFO, Cashflows
- Steven Cooper CBE, CEO, Aldermore Group
- Marion King, non-executive director, Various
- Simon Haslam, chairman, Cashflows
- Ian Gascoigne, partner, Pollen Capital
- Lindsey McMurray, managing partner, Pollen Capital
With ambitious growth plans, Cashflows will continue to invest in new talent across various teams in the coming months.