Western Union is expanding their global customer base by adding the ecoPayz account platform from PSI-Pay for customers in the UK. People who are an ecoAccount online wallet holder can now top up funds with Western Union online, through their mobile app, or through Western Union’s retail network for international and domestic transfers in the UK. Western Union, known for being a leader in cross-border, cross-currency money movement, is excited to be able to integrate their core business functionalities with PSI-Pay to unlock new growth are provide more omnichannel money transfers in a digital world.
This is a new class of online payment processors for Western Union, the biggest source for money transfers globally, using speed, ease, and reliability for successful money transfers with businesses, friends, and family. Both companies, Western Union and PSI-Pay, the company that offers the ecoPayz platform, are excited about this new expansion, allowing more functionality for the growing business of digital financing and money transfers. This is the first time that UK customers can transfer funds to billions of banks’ accounts or for a cash payout from an online payment processor in 150 different countries and territories. PSI-Pay is a global provider of instant, secure and convenient payment services to customers and businesses. Unlike e-money, PSI-Pay works with cryptocurrencies, which rely on supply and demand, instead of being fiat currency exchanged in electronic form. PSI-Pay offers alternative payment solutions with transparency, efficiency, and clarity.
The operations director of PSI-Pay Ltd, Jonathan Amrani, states that they are “excited to be collaborating with Western Union and introducing additional services to customers that will enable them to have more flexibility within their ecoAccount. By accessing Western Union’s network, customers have access to hundreds of thousands of locations around the world, and this provides us with an excellent platform to grow and reach new customers.”
Luiz Carlos Trabuco began serving Banco Bradesco as the Chief Executive Officer in March of 2009. He has been named as the Entrepreneur of the Year, one of the most influential individuals in Brazil and one of Brazil’s best CEO’s. He was well educated at the Sao Paulo de Marilia and the Fundação School of Sociology and Politics.
When he was seventeen, he went to work for Banco Bradesco as a clerk. He filled numerous roles until he was given the position of Marketing Director. Luiz Carlos Trabuco remained in this position for eight years before becoming the bank’s Chief Executive Officer.
In 2013, Luiz Carlos Trabuco was elevated to the President of Bradesco Seguros. Bradesco has improved their market performance and doubled their size under his leadership. He purchased HSBC’s Brazilian branch for $5.2 billion in 2015. This moved equaled the organic growth of six years. He became the Chairman of the Board and the President of the bank in October of 2017. This was when he began a lending program to benefit small business owners. These were small loans that matured within a year. This positively impacted the business owners while keeping the financial risk for the bank low. He offered foreign students loans because he saw the trend coming. No other Brazilian banks were offering this type of program at the time.
Luiz Carlos Trabuco has announced he plans to retire. He will be spending time with his friends and family while continuing his charity work. He intends to remain current regarding the banking economy. There were many strong competitors to take his place but the honor was given to Octavio de Lazari Junior. He was backed by the formal succession process and received the Succession and Appointment Committee’s endorsement. Luiz Carlos Trabuco has had a long and successful career in the world of banking. The impacts he made were strong and helped the bank improve, grow and thrive while serving the Brazilian people. His career encompassed 48 years and helped thousands of people. He made an important difference for Bradesco and for the people of Brazil. He was once said to be the bold of Bradesco.
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Paul Mampilly worked in Wall Street and investments for many years. He started with Deutsche Asset Management and ING, then, during his 25-year career, he went on to become a money manager for top banks around the world. He helped guide investments into lucrative hedge funds, such as the Kinetics International Fund, which outperformed the average even during tough economic times. He even won the prestigious Templeton Foundation Investment competition.
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