Published: October 13, 2020
The payments industry veteran will spearhead the company’s European growth, at a time of fast-evolving customer expectations.
On 16 September, the fintech company i2c announced that Jonathan Vaux had been appointed as general manager, European Union. Vaux, who is based in London, will report directly to i2c’s president Jim McCarthy. He will be responsible for building strategic alliances around Europe and leading business development initiatives.
i2c, a leading provider of digital payment and open banking technology, offers a ‘building block’ technology that enables clients to build their own payments solutions. Founded in 2001, the company is headquartered in Silicon Valley and supports users across more than 200 countries and territories.
Its cloud-based platform, which is fully scalable, provides the agility sorely required in today’s payments marketplace. It means clients can respond to changing market conditions and create new solutions in a matter of days. These might include credit cards, debit cards, mobile banking, lines of credit, installment loans and many more.
Jonathan Vaux joins the company at a time of unprecedented growth. For today’s financial institutions, legacy payments processing technology is rarely up to the job. They need flexibility, simplicity, and the ability to meet fast-evolving consumer expectations.
“Europe has always been at the forefront of payment innovation,” Vaux tells EMEA Finance. “It will benefit from a truly digital and differentiated platform designed to offer clients around the world flexible, secure and highly reliable services.