By: 4 December 2023

Ahmed Amin and Ben Turner will support the growth of Lenvi’s lending products

Lenvi appoints two sales directors to drive global growth

Lenvi, a provider of risk management and commercial lending software, has appointed Ahmed Amin and Ben Turner as sales directors.  

Formerly known as Equiniti and founded in 2023, Lenvi’s client list includes Santander, Barclays, Metro Bank and Admiral.  

Ahmed Amin headshotAmin, with more than 20 years of experience in the receivables finance and working capital industry, steps into his role to catalyse global commercial financial market growth. Amin, having directed sales and commercial departments at financial analytics and software solutions providers like APARI, AccountScore and Transunion, will support Lenvi’s growth into new territories and its client list.  

Turner will be responsible for expanding Lenvi’s B2B and B2C lending solutions, including lending software, risk management and mortgage servicing. With 15 years in financial services, Turner’s recent tenure at Arrow Global Group focused on outsourced loan servicing with major retail banks.  

Will Ellis, chief revenue officer at Lenvi, said: “These appointments underpin our hugely ambitious growth plans for the next three years.” Ellis added that the company is focused on international expansion and introducing the next generation of lending solutions to the market.  

Ben Turner headshotAmin commented: “I was attracted to Lenvi because they’re not only leaders in the UK market but have ambitions to be so globally.” He sees the potential to contribute to the company’s international growth and make an impact on clients in new markets. 

Turner added: “Lenvi’s market proposition is hugely exciting and truly unique within the UK loan market. Its servicing platform has been consistently innovating for over 30 years, alongside its incredible, customer-centric contact centre capabilities that support the whole spectrum of asset classes.” 

Image: Lenvi  

Josh Poyser
Josh Poyser is an editor at FinTech Intel. He has written about fintech for several years and appeared at FinTech Connect 2023 on the 'Unlocking Success: The Art of Fintech PR' panel.