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Contis appoints Andrea Ramoino as the Chief Strategy Officer

By Megha Bhattacharya

January 08, 2021

  • Contis
  • UK
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UK-based payment solutions provider Contis has announced the appointment of Andrea Ramoino as the Chief Strategy Officer. The appointment will see Andrea join the company’s executive team with an aim to boost corporate strategy and further its global expansion.

Andrea Ramoino commented, “I’m very excited to be joining Contis, one of the major players in the European payments market. I can see many opportunities for growth, and look forward to getting stuck in alongside this strong and motivated team which I believe has all the ingredients to succeed.”

Previously, Andrea held the position of VP of Product at Elliptic, a compliance solutions provider. He is also the former Senior Director of Global Product Management at Experian. He has experience in the data storage industry where he contributed to the turnaround of Xyratex Capital Equipment – then led the post-merger integration of Xyratex PLC into Seagate Technology PLC.

Andrea is expected to bring his 15 years of experience across industries such as FinTech, Crypto, AI and SaaS. He is also active in the startup world by supporting early-stage businesses as an advisor and mentor with several accelerator programmes.

Contis Founder and Executive Chairman, Peter Cox, said,“Andrea’s appointment to our executive team shows our desire to lead in the Banking-as-a-Service and Payments sectors, while we continue to deliver profits and provide confidence to current and future clients. Andrea brings many proven talents to Contis which, when combined with our dynamic growth ambitions, we are confident will lead to many more industry firsts and interesting announcements over the coming months. Contis is recruiting seasoned and ambitious payments talent and welcomes individuals to reach out.”

Recently, Contis collaborated with Mastercard as a principal issuing member. The partnership will enable Contis to deliver an end-to-end Banking-as-a-Service (BaaS) platform including direct access to global payments networks. The FinTech also stated that it has added key functionality to the platform including open banking, international currency conversion, cardless cash delivery and request to pay capabilities which, when linked to its UK and SEPA payment accounts, delivers an end-to-end BaaS solution.

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