Tink Strengthens Senior Leadership Team with Three New Appointments

Published about 1 month ago

Renowned payment services and data enrichment platform, Tink, has announced three major appointments based in its UK offices. This move is aimed at strengthening the company’s top-tier leadership team.

Ian Morrin Takes on Dual Role

Ian Morrin, previously VP of Payment Sales at Tink, has been promoted to Head of Payments & Platforms, a role that entails leading Tink’s operations in the UK. Furthermore, Morrin will oversee Tink’s payments & platform business across 19 markets. Before his tenure at Tink, Morrin held leadership and board roles at various firms including Bud, Expedite Growth, and Clarify.

Expressing his enthusiasm about the new role, Morrin stated that the payments industry is rapidly evolving. He noted the growing demand for Pay by Bank due to its convenience, security, and increased adoption by merchants and consumers.

Andrew Boyajian Heads New Role

In a newly created position, Andrew Boyajian has been appointed Head of Products for Payments & CX. Boyajian’s role will bridge product development with strategic direction. Formerly the Head of Variable Recurring Payments (VRP) at Tink, Boyajian represented Tink and the European Third Party Providers Association (ETPPA) at the VRP-focused working group of the Joint Regulatory Oversight Committee (JROC). His past experience includes a role as Executive Director at JP Morgan.

Boyajian anticipates promising developments in the payment sector in 2024, both in the UK and globally. He believes solutions like VRP are set to revolutionize consumer finance management by offering flexibility and control over regular expenses.

Jack Spiers Promoted to Director

Sales manager Jack Spiers, with two and a half years of service at Tink, has been promoted to Banking and Lending Director (UK&I). Spiers’ previous experience includes roles at Volt, Klarna, and Clearpay.

Spiers expressed his excitement about working with industry leaders to transform the data-driven financial services landscape. He emphasized the importance of providing consumers with an improved user experience and better access to finance in the wake of the cost-of-living crisis.