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Buckzy Payments appoints Carlos Garcia as Chief Operating Officer

By Edlyn Cardoza

January 14, 2022

  • Buckzy Payments
  • Canada
  • Carlos Garcia
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Buckzy Payments, FinTech, Canada, Carlos Garcia, Chief Operating Officer, Western Union, Real Time Payments, Cross Border PaymentsInnovative Canadian FinTech, Buckzy Payments Inc, has announced the appointment of Carlos Garcia as its Chief Operating Officer. Buckzy’s mission is to offer global customers a one-stop financial solution, making international payments faster, more reliable, and more cost-effective.

As former Vice President, Technology Delivery Services for the Americas and Europe at Western Union, Carlos’ in-depth financial experience and leadership capabilities will allow Buckzy Payments Inc. to execute its growth strategy and fulfil its ambition to become the world leader in real-time cross border payments.

Carlos has extensive leadership experience in financial services, banking, and cross-border payments industries, including Deloitte. Most recently, he held the Chief of Payments Operations position at NanoPay, the global payments technology company.

Abdul Naushad, CEO of Buckzy Payments Inc., commented on the appointment: “With this position, Carlos holds a highly strategic role at Buckzy and will be responsible for Buckzy’s payments and banking operations with a focus on delivering a world-class customer experience.”

“Carlos will drive operational strategy and planning, including treasury/FX systems and procedures so that the company can successfully achieve its end-to-end execution and oversight. Along with building and strengthening Buckzy’s global banking network, he will be responsible for establishing licensing to drive global expansion and implementing other strategic initiatives in close collaboration with Buckzy’s executive team.”

Carlos Garcia commented: “Buckzy Payments is driving the next generation of global payments. It’s really exciting to work in an environment that is passionate about innovation on how to move money globally in a way that is fast, safe, cost-effective and compliant for customers worldwide.”

Recently, IBS Intelligence reported that Unimoni provides a wide variety of financial solutions and services via multiple customer touchpoints, including retail stores, online and mobile solutions, and self-service kiosks, making money a seamless movement across geographies, currencies, and channels. In 2021, the financial provider decided to partner with Buckzy Payments Inc, a Toronto-based global FinTech in a mission to make international payments more reliable, quicker, and affordable for customers across the globe, further strengthening its one-stop financial solution offering to its customer base.

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