Nucleus365, a UK-based payments company providing a centralised platform for global payment processing, foreign exchange, and connected banking, has appointed Daniel Mayhew as its new chief executive officer (CEO).

Mayhew brings with him a wealth of experience and expertise having served as GM, SVP and group executive at FIS Global, working within its real time payments network division, acting as cross border entrepreneur in residence (EIR) for the company.

Additionally, Mayhew has held multiple positions at various fintech firms including country manager (MD) of UK, EU and Israel for Payoneer and Vice President, EMEA for international payments company Earthport (Visa).

With this strategic hire, Nucleus365 hopes to leverage his expertise to lead the company into its next phase of growth and innovation.

As the new CEO of Nucleus365, Mayhew will play a pivotal role in driving the company’s strategic initiatives, building strong partnerships with its merchants, delivering exceptional value to its customers, and transforming the payments industry.

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Sophie Flynn, the co-founder and CFO of Transact365 and Nucleus365, said: “We are delighted to welcome Daniel Mayhew to the Nucleus365 family.

“We are sure that his exceptional leadership skills, deep industry knowledge, and passion for delivering outstanding customer experiences make him the ideal candidate to steer our company forward.”

Nucleus365 offers merchants total visibility across the payment process, ensuring they can monitor customer behaviour in all markets they are operating in. Controlling all parts of the payment flow, Nucleus365 has been designed to process, collect, and settle payments within its platform.

The Nucleus365 mission is to become a market leader in payment services by offering merchants a single, unified access point.

By building local connections and employing sophisticated back-office technology, Nucleus365 ensures merchants can increase their global footprint while reducing cross-border fees.

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