MIAMI--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Blankfactor, a technology provider of end-to-end digital transformation solutions for financial services, recently announced two new appointments to its Board of Directors. Asif Ramji and Jeremy Wing have long histories of notable achievement in business and the fintech space.
Ramji is the founder and CEO of Venture Worx, a private advisory and investment management firm specializing in financial services, security and software technology businesses. In this role, he has served on the board of Patientco which was acquired by Waystar and advised Stax Payments on its journey to unicorn status. He has more than 20 years of experience investing, operating and scaling fintech companies. Most notable, Ramji served as president and CEO of Paymetric, which was acquired by Vantiv in 2017, a deal that bolstered Atlanta’s national fintech reputation. Additionally, he has served in the c-suite at both FIS and Worldpay. Ramji has also been recognized by EY as a national Entrepreneur Of The Year award recipient for financial services.
Wing is Vice Chairman of Payroc, a global provider of fintech solutions that previously merged with Atlanta-based Payscape, which Wing founded in 2004. The company’s solutions help clients accept payments, streamline business and increase cash flow. During his tenure at Payscape, the company grew from a startup to a business employing 650, serving more than 150,000 clients worldwide. Payroc served as the platform for an amalgamation of 17 companies across the world. In addition, Wing serves on the boards of several private equity-backed fintech organizations, including Palladium-backed, award-winning Fora I Financial. He is an active investor in fintech and a host of other businesses.
Wing says he is excited to join the board of Blankfactor, noting that both he and Ramji have been colleagues in the fintech industry who have had success using Blankfactor for development. “I’m delighted to be part of another rapidly growing fintech business. Mike has built a world-class organization and by formalizing a diverse board, we’re poised to make a tremendous impact,” he says.
“We are thrilled to add Asif and Jeremy to the board,” states Blankfactor CEO, Michael Wear. “Both Asif and Jeremy have deep fintech industry knowledge and relationships and both are very entrepreneurial. They’ve built several companies from ground up to exit. They add a level of corporate governance and professionalism that will give Blankfactor the ability to attract investors and add shareholder value.”
Headquartered in Miami, Blankfactor has a global presence designed to support its talent, partner and Fortune 1000 growth plans.
“We see Atlanta as a strategic access point to the world and complement to our headquarters to the South. With plans to open an office in Atlanta in the coming months, we anticipate an aggressive acquisition of technology and fintech talent as part of an overall growth strategy,” notes Wear.
Blankfactor creates world-class products aimed at disrupting financial services with cutting-edge technology. With broad and proven expertise in fintech, the company brings development know-how to the forefront of power innovation. From conception to release, Blankfactor is powering the digital future for the payments, banking, and insurance sectors with top-tier talent from around the world.
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