Tinubu Square, a software vendor that provides credit insurance, surety and trade finance solutions, has recruited three sales vice-presidents to grow its international presence. The hires have been made in Asia, North America and Europe.
Ronan Cloarec joins as vice-president of receivables finance sales, Europe, based in Paris. His responsibility is to develop and manage bank accounts in Europe, drawing from his experience in the digital transformation of financial institutions. He was formerly the sales director and account executive at Accenture France.
Puneet Mehta (pictured) is the new vice-president of receivables finance sales, APAC in Singapore. He was previously senior sales manager at Oracle in Singapore, and has more than 15 years of experience in selling software solutions to major international accounts.
Daniel Fitzgerald becomes vice-president of insurance sales, North America, responsible for growing sales in the credit insurance and surety market in the region. He is based in New York and makes the move from Fico, an analytics software company, where he was a senior sales executive.
“We are planning to work with talented collaborators, renowned within the sector for their experience, skills and networks of influence during this new growth phase. We are convinced that they will actively contribute to the future success of Tinubu Square,” says Olivier Placca, deputy CEO.
The firm received a €53mn investment in October last year, after which it restructured its senior leadership. Since then it has been following an “ambitious growth strategy”, it says in a statement.
“Tinubu Square’s objective is to enhance communication with its existing customers and to roll out its integrated enterprise solution platform in SaaS (software as a service) mode alongside major accounts in its target markets,” it adds.
Earlier this year the company launched a new innovation lab to explore APIs, blockchain, artificial intelligence and other new technologies for the credit insurance and trade finance industry.