Unlimit hires ex-Burberry, ex-Adyen Sales Chief Colin Neil

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LONDON, UK, December 18th, 2023 — Unlimit, the global fintech company, announced today Colin Neil as its new Global Chief Sales Officer. 

Mr Neil brings a wealth of big-brand experience in retail and finance, holding senior leadership and commercial roles at Adyen, Burberry and Kingfisher Group. 

He joins Unlimit after a six-year stint at Dutch payment company, Adyen, where, as UK Managing Director, he oversaw UK expansion and a second HQ opening in Manchester. As former Global Director of Retail Operations for British luxury fashion house, Burberry, Mr Neil oversaw the company’s retail transformation across 27 countries, and before that led roles at the Kingfisher Group for 15 years. 

As Global Chief Sales Officer, Mr Neil will be responsible for building and leading sales teams across EMEA, LATAM, North America and APAC, and implementing strategic initiatives that will contribute to the continued growth of Unlimit. 

Kirill Evstratov, Unlimit CEO, commented: “We are incredibly pleased to have Colin join Unlimit during such an exciting time for the company. He has been part of leadership teams at some of the world’s biggest brands and is used to building high-performance teams that are well-equipped to drive revenue growth.” 

Colin Neil added: “Creating a world of borderless payments is what got me into the industry and that’s what brings me to Unlimit. I am incredibly excited to join the global leadership team and continue our mission to remove exactly those borders that traditionally would restrict merchants from realising their international aspirations.”


About Unlimit 

Founded in 2009, Unlimit is a global fintech company that offers a large portfolio of financial services, including payment processing, Banking as a Service (BaaS), and an on-ramp fiat solution for crypto, DeFi, and GameFi. The company’s mission is to deliver solutions that eliminate financial borders, enabling businesses to operate both locally and internationally with ease across Europe, the UK, LatAm, APAC, India, and Africa. Unlimit has more than 500 employees across 16 offices and five continents, including London, Frankfurt, Singapore, São Paulo, Hong Kong, and Mexico. For further information, please visit https://www.unlimit.com/. For media inquiries, please contact: 


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