Travel payment firm eNett has appointed a new chief commercial officer from money transfer company MoneyGram.
Carl-Olav Scheible takes up his role immediately, based in eNett’s London office.
He will focus on driving business development, sales delivery and customer services across the company.
Scheible has more than 20 years of experience in technology, financial services and payments businesses, having held a number of senior executive positions.
His most recent role was as executive vice president, Europe, Africa and CIS at MoneyGram International, before which he spent eight years at PayPal.
Anthony Hynes, managing director and chief executive of eNett, said: “We’re seeing phenomenal growth as a company and Carl’s experience will be invaluable as we scale and develop new offerings and services for our customers.
“We’re in an exciting and dynamic phase of the company’s evolution, and Carl’s role is key to our long-term strategy and goals.”
Scheible added: “I am pleased to be part of such a fast growing and innovative company, that is bringing real disruption to the B2B payments industry. I look forward to contributing to the eNett story and further expanding its global reach and customer base.”
Since launching Virtual Account Numbers (VANs) in 2011, eNett has seen rapid global expansion and has customers in more than 70 countries, using VANs to facilitate supplier payments around the world.