Nick Jepson has worked alongside the Manchester, UK-based company to roll out its Realiti intraday cash and liquidity management solution at several banking firms, and spent the last 18 months as its chief customer officer
Planixs, a liquidity management software provider, has appointed Nick Jepson as chief revenue officer.
In this new role, Jepson will oversee sales and marketing, customer implementations and all service-related activities.
He has worked alongside the Manchester, UK-based company to roll out its Realiti intraday cash and liquidity management solution at several banking firms, and spent the last 18 months as its chief customer officer.
Jepson has more than 30 years of experience working in treasury for several global systemically important banks, has held positions at Accenture and PwC, and founded his own consultancy firm in 2010.
Planixs said it has experienced “significant growth” over the last 12 months and is now expanding its reach into liquidity forecasting and insight into instant payments schemes and large corporate customers.
Neville Roberts, chief executive officer at Planixs, commented: “Nick’s experience across software, services and programme delivery in financial services will help us to continue to improve our support for real time liquidity insights across financial institutions.
“As we continue to expand our customer base and channels to market, the appointment of a chief revenue officer is the natural next step in Planixs’ evolution.”
On his new role, Jepson said: “Planixs is the leading supplier of real-time liquidity management software bringing together cash and collateral.
“Liquidity is such an important area for banks and buy-side firms and as we’ve seen over recent weeks financial firms need instant insights to allow them to take appropriate action in turbulent markets.”
Founded in 2011, Planixs works with financial institutions such as Deutsche Bank, SIX Group, and Lloyds Banking Group.