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Moven Hires Bryan Clagett As Chief Revenue Officer

Moven Hires Chief Revenue Officer to Accelerate Go-to-Market Execution

Movencorp, Inc., a leading technology provider of intelligent banking solutions designed to improve consumer financial engagement and wellness, announced today the expansion of its executive leadership team with the naming of Bryan Clagett as Chief Revenue Officer.

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With Mr. Clagett’s appointment, the company is poised to continue its hyper-growth, particularly in the US, as one of the financial services industry’s most compelling fintech providers dedicated to helping financial institutions.

Clagett joins Moven after three decades of leadership experience in the financial services and fintech markets. He spent 10 years at Geezeo as Chief Marketing Officer and was an integral part of its growth which resulted in a successful exit to Jack Henry & Associates in 2019. Since then, he has held a leadership position at StrategyCorps and currently serves as an advisor to a number of firms. He is also Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Center for Child & Family Services, a Virginia non-profit.

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“I’m extremely excited to join Moven to lead sales, marketing and partnership strategy as we evolve the company’s growth trajectory,” said Clagett. “Moven’s client-centric philosophy and emphasis on helping financial services via flexible and innovative, data-driven solutions made this a great fit for me. I’m looking forward to expanding into new markets, strengthening our relationships with our partners, and building the leading GTM function in our space.”

“Bringing on Bryan was an essential next step in expanding our business maturity as we look to expand our US market presence”, said Brett King, Moven’s founder. “Having worked on and off with Bryan for 10 years, I’m glad we finally snagged him at a time when our US operations are accelerating rapidly and where CoVID has created an extraordinary demand for digital differentiation in the retail digital banking space.”

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