25.07.2014 @ 10:48

Raymond Low and Marcus W. Mosen join allpago international Advisory Board

Mr. Low and Mr. Mosen will collaborate on LATAM challenges and opportunities with allpago international

allpago international, provider of payment services in the LATAM region, is pleased to announce the appointment of Raymond Low and Marcus W. Mosen to its newly formed Advisory Board.

“We are extremely fortunate to have two industry leaders as Mr. Low and Mr. Mosen are joining our Advisory Board,” said Philipp Bock, CEO of allpago international. “Their unique and expert insights will add value to our strategy and support allpago’s positioning as LATAM pioneering payment services leader”.

Mr. Low commented, “I am very pleased to be part of such a dynamic organisation as allpago. It brings back memories of my early days of TNS. I am looking forward to utilising the lessons learned from this period of my working life and working with Philipp, Marcus and the rest of the allpago team to build one of the best payment providers in LATAM”.

Mr. Mosen added, “I am very excited to support the allpago team as advisor and to contribute to its growth plans. I have followed allpago`s evolution over the last years and believe that it can play a significant role in developing the payment market in the LATAM markets and beyond as well as provide the right payment services for global merchants active in that region”.

RaymondRaymond Low has worked within the global financial services industry for 30 years. He is an experienced executive manager, comfortable working at all levels within a number of organizations.

His primary focus has been on delivering innovative solutions to the global payments industry. These include; eCommerce, payment processing and data communications solutions to financial institutions, banks, service providers and retailers.

Initially Managing Director of Transaction Network Services‘ UK start-up subsidiary based in Sheffield, England he relocated to Northern Virginia, USA in 2006 to become President of TNS’ global payments division.

Prior to working for TNS, Raymond held a number of senior roles in the networking and banking industry, including Network Operations Manager at HSBC, with overall responsibility for the bank’s international data and voice networks.

Marcus 2Marcus W. Mosen has a 20+ years professional record in leading payment processing/financial services companies. Since November 2013 Marcus W. Mosen is Chief Operating Officer of ConCardis, a leading German payment acquiring company with international reach.

He has led on senior executive and C-level growth plans for industry and private equity owned payment services companies (e.g. First Data International, easycash Holding, and ogone) organically and through M&A with successful growth and exit records.

Marcus is an angel investor and board member in payment start-ups.

He has an Honors Degree in Business of Economics of University of Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany, and a MBA of University of Birmingham, Business School, Birmingham, UK. During his carrier he attended the AMP program at SAID Business School and the PMD program at Harvard Business School.

About allpago international

allpago international provides a full-spectrum of payment services in the LATAM region. allpago works as a payment gateway, a white label payment service provider (PSP) or a product and service reseller for merchants and payment service providers interested in the LATAM markets.

allpago’s features include one-click payments, recurring payments, instalments, dynamic descriptor and mobile payment solutions. The company’s html 5.0 code allows multiscreen and is as easy to implement into the store through the “plug and pay” feature. Furthermore, the company offers a fully integrated Risk Management Solution with more than 70 checks. allpago has recently become the first LATAM payment solution provider of the Merchant Risk Council (MRC).

Current clients include Art.com, Busuu.com, McAfee, Teamviewer, Twoo.com and many other leading payment or digital companies from various sectors.

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