Digital Banking Veterans Join i2c Leadership Team

Digital Banking Veterans Join i2c Leadership

Global digital banking firm i2c Inc. is rounding out its leadership team to include four payments industry veterans, the company said in a press release on Wednesday (Sept. 4).

Leaders added to the team include former Visa executives Janet Monroe, Ava Kelly, Nikki Waters and Steve Gray.

Monroe will serve as head of global client success and has more than 20 years of payments and client service experience. She formerly held executive leadership positions at Visa Inc. and iPayment (now Paysafe).

Kelly joins i2c as head of global products. She has held executive leadership positions at both Visa Inc. and American Express.

Heading up i2c’s global marketing team is Waters, who comes from executive leadership positions held at Fiserv, Visa Inc. and STAR (a First Data company).

Gray joins the company as head of fraud and risk solutions. He has held leadership positions at Visa, Socure, Best Buy, Mastercard and HNC/FICO.

“These individuals have deep knowledge of the payments industry and are committed to [being] the best in the industry. Because of this, I am excited about having them on my team to help execute i2c’s strategic goals and objectives,” said Amir Wain, founder and CEO of i2c Inc.

“With passion and dedication to creating an exceptional client experience from all team members, i2c will continue to advance its leadership position by providing unrivaled digital banking and payments solutions around the globe,” he added.

Founded in 2001 and headquartered in Silicon Valley, the company has a multi-function payments and digital banking platform with “building block” processing technology. It offers a suite of credit, debit and prepaid solutions on a single global SaaS platform.



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