GAIN Credit, a leading alternative lender in the UK, announces the appointment of Tod Martin as Chief Technology Officer (CTO). In his new role, Tod will lead GAIN Credit’s technology operations, with a focus on building innovative digital lending products to support rapid business growth.

Tod brings nearly 3 decades of leadership experience in software development and IT operations with some of the largest companies in the online industry. Prior to joining GAIN Credit, he most recently served as the COO of OpenBet (now part of Scientific Games) and the CTO of Bwin.Party Digital Entertainment PLC.

“We are excited to have Tod join us,” said Chris deBoer, CEO of GAIN Credit. “Having worked extensively in the online environment, Tod’s deep background in highly-scalable software and systems with a strong focus on regulated customer operations and high-volume transactional systems is a great addition to our business which continues to experience rapid growth.“

Echoing the positive sentiment, Tod said, “I am super excited to be part of an organization that’s setting new standards in UK’s alternative lending industry with Lending Stream and Drafty and entering new high growth markets like India with OYE!. I aim to leverage my knowledge and skill-set to further strengthen GAIN Credit’s growing reputation as a lender-of-choice in all geographies where we operate.”

About GAIN Credit

GAIN Credit, Inc. (formerly known as Global Analytics Holdings, Inc.) is a market-leading alternative lending fintech company spread across three continents. We leverage deep alternative lending domain experience across analytics, platform development, marketing and customer experience to create compelling value propositions that empower the underserved with responsible access to credit. We run some of the largest and most trusted alternative credit brands in the UK – Lending Stream and Drafty. We have also recently entered the Indian market with OYE!, a simple one-year loan product aimed at addressing the financial aspirations of the young burgeoning workforce who are new to credit.

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