Dan Clappison's key responsibilities will include overseeing the reporting and reconciliation teams, as well as liaising with customers on their operational requirements
UK data reconciliation and reporting fintech Kani Payments has appointed Dan Clappison to the role of chief operating officer.
Clappison will “bolster the leadership team and drive operations across the company as it continues to grow and scale”.
A payments executive with more than 17 years of experience, Clappison has held roles at Newcastle Building Society and TSYS, as well as Virgin Money, where he was part of the team that launched the Virgin Money credit card business.
In Clappison’s new role at Kani Payments, his key responsibilities will include overseeing the reporting and reconciliation teams, as well as liaising with customers on their operational requirements.
In addition, Clappison will join chief executive officer Aaron Holmes, chief marketing officer Melissa Beckett and chief technology officer Steven Licciardi on the new senior leadership team, who together will focus on business operations, growth, product and talent.
On his appointment at Kani Payments, Clappison commented “A business cannot scale without a solid foundation and established operations. I want to ensure that, as we continue to grow, our clients have confidence that Kani Payments will continue to provide a great, reliable service and they know that we can support their businesses as they continue to grow.”
Holmes added: “As part of our growth we have been strengthening the senior leadership team and addressing all areas of the business, to now also include operations and sales. In turn, this means we have strengthened senior guidance throughout the customer journey. It’s fantastic to have Dan on board as we embark on this exciting period of growth.”