INVIOU Appoints Accounts Receivable and Invoice Finance Expert Phillip Kerle to its Advisory Board

INVIOU, the financial records and charges registry based on distributed ledger technology, has announced the appointment of Phillip Kerle to its Advisory Board.

Based in London, Phillip Kerle is the Founder of the merchant cash advance business Tranzacta, and is a partner in Culpis a Stockholm-based working capital advisory firm. Prior to Tranzacta, he was the CEO of Demica, a market leading provider of working capital solutions to large corporate organisations and financial institutions.

Commenting on his appointment, Phillip Kerle states, “I am delighted to join the INVIOU team, who are significantly reducing risk and friction and helping financial institutions grow their financing businesses. I’m looking forward to working in this advisory capacity, providing guidance and assistance to help INVIOU thrive in this global market.”

INVIOU is disrupting the receivables financing industry, enabling financial institutions to provide instant, competitive, safe and simple receivables financing to SMEs. Using INVIOU’s registry to verify invoice ownership and its availability for financing greatly diminishes the costs associated with the fraud and friction which results from faulty, inflated, fictitious and double invoicing.

“We are honoured to welcome Phillip Kerle to INVIOU,” said INVIOU’s CEO, Dror Shapira. “With over 20 years in the account receivable and invoice finance industry, Phillip’s insight and experience in the field will be of immense value as we prepare to deploy our network and partner with world-class financial institutions.”

INVIOU will be attending the Alternative & Receivables Finance Forum in London on 14th November. For more information visit:

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