Tyl by NatWest and Payit appoints Tim Johnson as head of strategy

Source: NatWest

Tyl by NatWest and Payit has appointed Tim Johnson as Head of Strategy. Tim is a highly accomplished payments industry and Open Banking strategy leader, bringing over 20 years of expertise and experience with him.

Tim joins Tyl by NatWest and Payit from Raidiam, a company specialising in creating secure data sharing ecosystems, where he was Strategy Director for over three years. Tim has also previously worked within the Open Banking Implementation Entity, Elavon Merchant Services and Barclaycard Payment Acceptance, developing and delivering strategies for growth.

Harnessing his experience in the payments space, Tim aims to drive strategic growth for both Tyl by NatWest and Payit. With a focus on technology, product and market expansion, Tim’s appointment demonstrates Tyl and Payit’s continued commitment to innovation and being a first mover within the payments and fintech space.

Tyl by NatWest and Payit is excited to have Tim on board for the payment provider’s next chapter, furthering the development and fusion of payments, open banking, established brand and culture. At a time where open banking has developed significantly and there is immense future potential for the technology, Johnson’s appointment comes at an exciting time for the growth of Payit.

Tim Johnson, Head of Strategy says,” Payments are in a really interesting and exciting time at the moment. Having developed the technology for both merchant acquiring and open banking payments, we can now mobilise our innovation, start-up culture and expertise to really bring our proposition to life. I look forward to seeing what the future at Tyl by NatWest and Payit brings.”

Mike Elliff, CEO of Tyl by NatWest and Payit says, “We are incredibly pleased to have Tim join our team. Tim brings invaluable experience to our team, helping us strengthen our proposition at both Tyl by NatWest and Payit. With Tim on board, there is huge potential for further growth for our products and innovations, whilst nurturing our inherent startup culture.”

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