VP ecommerce at Acapture, has 20 years’ go-to-market experience in product development, management and launch. John is a graduate of Business Administration and Political Science from Leiden University, Erasmus University, and of Political Philosophy at the University of Barcelona. He received his Master’s degree at Leiden University and has worked in the Internet and ecommerce industry since 1994. Prior joining Acapture, John was responsible for Global Marketing and Alternative Payments at GlobalCollect. Earlier in his career he successfully designed and marketed various knowledge base online tools, business benchmarking and e-learning products for companies and trade associations. He was also a consultant for the Dutch government on ecommerce strategy.
is the CEO & Founder of allpago, the new way of accepting payments in Latin America. Prior to allpago, Philipp was responsible Brazilian subsidiary of arvato services (Bertelsmann AG) in São Paulo and also worked for Infineon Technologies (Munich and Paris), The World Bank Group (Paris), Arthur D. Little (Madrid), eVentures (Hamburg) and Schroder Salomon Smith Barney (London). Philipp studied at the Technical University of Berlin, ESCP Europe and at the INSEAD and holds Master of Science in Finance, a German Diplom Kaufmann and a French Diplôme de Grande École.
is the Director Business Development of allpago, the new way of accepting payments in Latin America. Prior to allpago, he worked as an analyst for Morgan Stanley in London and in property asset management at Grupo Lar in Mexico. Javier holds a Douple Diploma from Universidad Pontificia Comillas and Reims Management School as well as a MBA from ESMT.
Gijs op de Weegh,
COO, in charge with Payvision’s global operations. With vast experience in e-commerce and card payment processing solutions, Gijs will share his vision concerning future trends, innovative payment solutions, business needs and the continuously changing environment of online payments.
Cheng Liem Li,
CCO, in charge with developing long-term partnerships with domestic acquiring banks, ISOs and international payment service providers worldwide. He became our Clients’ trusted advisor, providing reliable partnerships, great team skills and honest human connections, which he will share with us.
As Vice-President Global Marketing, Rolf Visser is responsible for Payvision’s global Marketing strategy. Rolf has acquired 25 years of experience in sales and innovative international Marketing management. He is a graduate in Digital Internet Marketing with Highest Honors from Beeckestijn Business School at VU University of Amsterdam, with 12 years’ experience in the Retail POS industry prior to 12 further years’ experience in international marketing. In the last 6 years his work has been in the payment industry. Prior to joining Payvision, Rolf was Head of Online Marketing at Global Collect, after having been in charge of Sales and/or Marketing activities at Information Builders, Compuware and Plus Integration Retail Solutions. (http://nl.linkedin.com/pub/rolf-visser/0/473/ab6)
As VP of Business Development/International Acquiring, Joe Emig manages Payvision’s USA Partnership Program and supports American ISOs, Payment Services Providers and their Merchants with the ambition to expand internationally. Joe shares his expertise in multi-currency processing and in global acquiring, providing these partners with solutions which make Cross-border eCommerce truly profitable.
Ish Nabhan joined Payvision in November 2013 as VP Sales for Canada with the goal to boost cross-border eCommerce in the Canadian market and to expand Payvision’s global acquiring network. As an entrepreneur, with over ten years of experience in the payment processing and telecommunication industry, in companies such as First Data and SumUp, Ish saw an opportunity to drive international growth in Canada by connecting businesses and cultures through global card processing.
As a business development executive, Ish is a firm believer in consultative selling and strongly regards value as the key to success. With Payvision, Ish is able to provide a solid proposition that relies on cutting edge technology, shared expertise, and secure solutions for the global card processing market.
VP Infrastructure, highly experienced in online payments security & risk. He is in charge with designing, implementing & supporting the finest technical solution for Payvision, based on secure infrastructure and extremely reliable architecture. He would make no compromise in terms of security!
Ignacio is our Vice President, Global Compliance & Regulatory Affairs, in charge of Payvision’ s compliance with all governmental and industry rules, regulation and legislation. He also handles Regulatory Affairs on behalf of Payvision as a Payment Institution. Given his background and expertise, Ignacio will surely provide the readers with a helpful insight on how to face regulatory challenges and compliance-related issues.
Member of the Brussels bar and partner at time.lex, affiliated researcher at the Interdisciplinary Centre for Law and ICT at the University of Leuven, and teaching assistant of negotiation and mediation at the University of Antwerp. Officially accredited mediator and member of VOBA and CEPINA. Edwin read law at the university of Namur (French), Leuven (Dutch) and Norwich (UK), European law at the Europa-Institut in Saarbrücken (Germany), and company management at the Hogeschool-Universiteit Brussels. He also has a broad experience as in-house company lawyer and is a sympathising member of the institute for company lawyers (IBJ-IJE). His varied experience and expertise make him a pragmatic sounding board for in-house lawyers.
Attorney and ECIJA Barcelona Managing Partner. Gabriel Nadal is partner of ECIJA Corporate, M&A, and Commercial Law areas. With more than 20 years of experience in Corporate and Business law, prior to joining ECIJA, he was Co-founder/Partner and Head of the Corporate and M&A practice at another leading Spanish law firm. He advises clients on issues related to: Corporate finance; entrepreneurial & closely held businesses; mergers, acquisitions and divestitures; partnerships, joint-ventures and strategic alliances; acquisition & sale of financially distressed companies. Gabriel Nadal is LLM, Universiteit van Amsterdam and LLB, Universidad de Barcelona (Spain). Gabriel speaks Spanish, Catalan, English, Italian and French.
Louise de Gier,
Attorney and Managing Partner at De Gier | Stam & Lawyers Utrecht, with more than 25 years experience in the field of ICT/IP. Louise de Gier was the former secretary of the board of the VIRA for 4 years (Association of computer law experts) in the Netherlands, Co-founder and president of World IT Lawyers (worldwide network of law firms specialized in ICT laws), active member of Gesica (a network of French speaking lawyers), member of the Dutch Association of information technology and law, member of the Association for Intellectual Property and member of the Dutch and Utrecht Bar since 1987. She speaks Dutch, English, French, German and Italian.
Assoc. Prof. Dr. George Dimitrov,
Doctor of law of Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Dimitrov has specialized at the Academy of American and International Law, Dallas, Texas and holds the prestigious Victor Folsom Fellowship. Presently, he reads ICT Law at Bulgaria’s largest universities. Assoc. Prof. Dr. Dimitrov is a founding partner of Dimitrov, Petrov & Co., Law Firm, Bulgaria, and head of its ICT Law & IPR Law Department. He is a member of various committees and professional legal organizations such as: the Technology and E-commerce Law Committee at the International Bar Association (IBA), the International Technology Law Association (ITechLaw), the European Electronic Messaging Association (EEMA), the Council of the Sofia Bar Association, the Scientific Board of the European Privacy Institute and many others. Member of the Editorial Board of Digital Evidence and Electronic Signature Law Review and panelist at the Czech Arbitration Court for the .eu domain ADR. Assoc. Prof. Dr. Dimitrov is fluent in English, Italian, Spanish, German and Russian.
Tony Solomon, is Vice President – Head of Risk at Payvision, ensuring that the company grows in a safe and secure manner. As Head of Risk, Tony manages all risk, underwriting, fraud and compliance matters as well as liaising with the card schemes. He manages a team of 19 dedicated professionals across three continents giving Payvision total global coverage in terms of risk management within a fast-growing and challenging payments industry. Prior to joining Payvision in 2014, Tony worked at Visa Europe in various capacities, most recently as Head of Member Risk Services. He has held senior positions in Europe, the Middle East, Africa and North America.
Tony holds the highest qualifications in both banking and the payment cards industry from the Institute of Financial Services and Robinson College, University of Cambridge.