If you’ve been keeping up with our news updates, Dylan Lowrey’s appointment to the General Counsel position is new; however, the affiliation has strong roots tied to a journey that started with his role as Head of Regulatory and Product Legal in September 2021. Taking pride in solving complex regulatory problems, he has been influential in enabling the expansion of our global platform for modern money movement.
Committed to helping scale our payment infrastructure, Dylan’s focus under the new title boils down to three core areas:
1: Strengthening the full-stack team:
Ensuring stability and supporting Nium’s fast-paced growth translates into streamlining all legal complexities that come with geographical and functional expansion across the world.
2: Leveraging licenses:
With 11 financial services licenses globally, Dylan’s expertise will play a key role in leveraging these to broaden product capabilities and reach. Working closely alongside the leadership, there is also work being done on acquiring new licenses to deliver more remarkable customer experiences to keep up with the pace of innovation and coverage amplification.
3: Eliminating friction:
Driving efforts to remove the challenges associated with regulatory friction, Dylan’s guidance is pivotal to powering our mission of global payments. Leading legal, regulatory, and policy teams with a vision to deliver best-in-class strategies, it’s an exciting time to see the future of payments being shaped in an ever-evolving landscape.
Watch the video interview for a quick look into Dylan’s strategic vision, thoughts on new goals as General Counsel, and his pursuit of excellence in the payments domain. Bringing a wealth of experience and expert product knowledge, stay tuned as Nium’s global license portfolio and services grow and transform the face of modern payment solutions.
Nium is the global platform for modern money movement. It provides banks, payment providers, and businesses of any size with access to global payment and card issuance solutions. Its modular platform powers frictionless commerce, helping businesses pay and get paid across the globe. Once connected to the Nium platform, businesses are able to pay out in more than 100 currencies to over 190 countries – 85 of which in real time. Funds can be received in 27 markets, including Southeast Asia, UK, Hong Kong, Singapore, Australia, India, and the US. Nium’s growing card issuance business is already available in 34 countries, including Europe (SEPA), the UK, Australia and Singapore. Nium’s license portfolio covers 11 of the world’s jurisdictions, enabling seamless global payments and rapid integration, regardless of geography.
Nium was named among “Financial Times APAC High-Growth Companies” and “Best B2B Payment Platform at Future Digital Awards” in 2021.