UK Fintech Paymentology centres Client Services in Dubai with ex Wirecard senior appointment
1 year ago
Following the establishing of the Singapore and Middle East offices, UK fintech cloud-payment processor Paymentology has appointed Nauman Hassan as Director Client Services, based in Dubai.
Formerly Head of Implementation at Wirecard, Nauman Hassan said, “‘I am delighted to take on the role of a Director Client Services for Paymentology.
The payments ecosystem is hungry for innovative and next generation solutions; and Paymentology leads the pack in this area. I will be acting as a catalyst for providing consumers with the best in class solutions without compromising on excellence.
Data is the asset which empowers the banks to compete. Paymentology is perfectly placed to unleash the potential of data to put the banks in the driving seat.’
The appointment heading up Paymentology’s client services is a strategic move to enhance Paymentology clients’ customer journeys as the client portfolio grows. Dubai is seen as a central location from where global clients can best be managed.
CEO of Paymentology, Shane O’Hara welcomed Nauman Hassan to the senior team at Paymentology. “Nauman is an excellent hire for us. He has extensive experience in the sector following his time with Wirecard. Positioning the Client Services lead in Dubai is strategically sensible for us. We have recently opened our Singapore and Middle East offices and won key clients in the region. Having Nauman centrally sited will enhance the way we service our global client bases.”
Notes to Editors
Paymentology is a payment issuer processor working across four continents with banks, challengers, issuers, program managers and third-party vendors. Using next generation technology, the innovative payment processing solution enables banks to take control over the customer spend journey via data analytics in real time. With operations in UK, Europe, Middle East, Far East and Central America, Paymentology's impressive portfolio includes some of the top challengers around the world, including Revolut, Standard Chartered's new bank Mox and Railsbank.
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