Fintech veteran Bryan Clagett is making moves within Moven this year. Clagett was recently appointed Chief Revenue Officer of Moven after serving as an advisor to the New York-based company for six months.

“Bringing on Bryan was an essential next step in expanding our business maturity as we look to expand our U.S. market presence,” said Moven Founder Brett King. “Having worked on and off with Bryan for 10 years, I’m glad we finally snagged him at a time when our U.S. operations are accelerating rapidly and where COVID has created an extraordinary demand for digital differentiation in the retail digital banking space.”

Clagett’s fintech career started three decades ago, his most notable position being Chief Marketing Officer and Investor at Geezeo, where he served for ten years until the digital banking company was acquired by Jack Henry in 2019. During his tenure, Clagett helped Geezeo grow to more than 550 clients and achieve profitability.

Since his time at Geezeo, Clagett has served as an advisor to Conotext, Blip Labs, Procurity, and StrategyCorps.

“I’m extremely excited to join Moven to lead sales, marketing and partnership strategy as we evolve the company’s growth trajectory. Moven’s client-centric philosophy and emphasis on helping financial services via flexible and innovative, data-driven solutions made this a great fit for me. I’m looking forward to expanding into new markets, strengthening our relationships with our partners, and building the leading GTM function in our space,” said Clagett.

Moven’s appointment of Clagett comes after Moven made a major pivot in March of last year, dropping its B2C offering to focus on its enterprise arm that serves financial institutions. The new B2B approach has been flourishing in recent months, as banking-as-a-service tools have been gaining traction thanks to firms’ heightened focus on their digital presence.

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