Modulr: Company
About Modulr

Modulr moves money efficiently
to power business productivity

We’re building the new digital payment service to make money flow more efficiently through businesses and the economy.

The payment productivity gap

Business transactions power economic growth

Whether customer, supplier or payroll transactions, how money flows between businesses and people drives economic growth.

New online business models, consumer expectation for instant services and tightening regulation place new demands on how businesses transact.

Traditional infrastructure isn’t built for today’s demands

Businesses across alternative lending, payments fintech and payroll services need to be able to take, manage and make payments quickly and easily. But the current payments infrastructure is too complex and inefficient.

Payments are too slow, difficult to track and overly reliant on manual processing. This limits transactions, limits business and limits economic growth.

How Modulr helps

Modulr is building
the new digital payment service

The smarter
business payments network

The business payments landscape is complex and inefficient. We’re building the smarter network, working closely with the banks, regulators, payment schemes and finance systems. So businesses can just plug in and start opening accounts.

The new standard
in payments integration

We build smart payments technology, so businesses don’t have to. The Modulr API integrates with any platform or system. Making it easy to build payment efficiency into the heart of any business or product.

The new digital
payment account for business

Modulr builds solutions to the biggest business payment challenges. With our digital payment account at the core, we’re constantly developing new services – or modules - that free businesses to move money in new and better ways.

The forefront
of regulatory change

The payments industry is attracting unprecedented attention from regulators and governments. Regulatory change is creating opportunity for innovation. Modulr works closely with regulation such as EU’s 2nd Payment Services Directive (PSD2) and UK’s Open Banking regulation to leverage that opportunity. So we can transform payment, business and economic productivity.

Authorised and regulated

Modulr is authorised,
regulated and secure

Modulr is authorised and regulated by the FCA as an Electronic Money Institution (FRN: 900573). So we can issue accounts with sort codes and Euro IBANs. Our accounts access existing payments services – Bacs, CHAPS, Faster Payments, SEPA and (soon) Mastercard - so businesses can receive and make payments easily.

All built on a secure platform with multi-factor authentication, activity observation and regular penetration testing.

Who we are

Myles Stephenson Chief Executive
Kevin Hayes Company Secretary
Martin Threakall Chief Operating Officer
Jakub Zmuda Chief Product Officer
Edwin Abl Chief Marketing Officer
Chris Brooks Chief Financial Officer
Kate Avery Chief People Officer
Andrew Dellow Chief Revenue Officer

Who we are

Our Board

Rob Devey Chair & Senior Non-Executive Director, Modulr Group Board & Modulr FS Limited Board*; Chair, Risk Committee.
Myles Stephenson Chief Executive; Executive Director Modulr Group Board & Modulr FS Limited Board*
Kevin Hayes Company Secretary; Executive Director, Modulr FS Limited Board*
Marcia Cantor-Grable Non Executive Director
Modulr FS Limited Board
Charles Mindenhall Non-Executive Director, Modulr Group Board
Manoj Badale Non-Executive Director, Modulr Group Board
Jens Düing Non-Executive Director, Modulr Group Board

*Modulr FS Limited is Authorised and Regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority as an Electronic Money Institution (Firm Reference Number: 900573). Modulr Holdings Limited is the Parent Company of the Modulr Group of Companies.

Join us

Become part of the team that's transforming business payments

We’re currently recruiting new members to join our teams in  London, Edinburgh and Dublin. Visit our Careers page for a list of current opportunities.


    We have a range of roles to fill within Marketing, Payment Services, Product & Market Development, Sales and Technology.

    Check out our Careers page for more details.  

Edinburgh & Dublin

    • We have a range of roles to fill within Compliance, Product & Market Development and Technology.

      Check out our Careers page for more details.  



Centrally located within
Britain and Ireland's largest financial hubs

One Hammersmith Broadway, London, W6 9DL, UK
80 George St, Edinburgh, EH2 3BU, UK
77 Sir John Rogerson's Quay, Dublin 2, D02 NP08, Ireland