About GoSwiff

GoSwiff is a leading innovator in mobile commerce. We offer integrated payment gateways and mobile applications for online, mobile and in-store payments – and are helping to meet the growing demand for digital payments in both emerging and developing markets. Our payment solutions benefit financial institutions, mobile network operators, merchants, consumers and governments by increasing financial inclusion and providing a safer, faster and more cost-efficient means of payment.

We strengthen our relationship with merchants by extending our scope of activities to include merchant aggregation, and thus allowing a more rapid rollout, creating direct relationships with merchants of all sizes, for more value-added services. Incorporated in 2010, GoSwiff headquarters is located in Singapore and has operations in more than 20 countries around the world.

Leadership team

Maurice A Amon, Chairman of the Board

Maurice A. Amon brings over 40 years of experience to the GoSwiff team. Fluent in six languages, Mr. Amon has a strong international network of high level decision makers and deep understanding of financial markets, banking and payments. Mr. Amon was formerly co-chief executive of SICPA, the world’s leading provider of security inks for currency, identification and tracking systems.

Mark Patrick, CEO

Mark Patrick has over 25 years of experience in the payments industry, holding senior management positions at VeriFone, MasterCard and Visa / Cybersource. Before joining GoSwiff, Mr. Patrick was the Asia Pacific Managing Director for Ingenico ePayments, the online and mobile commerce division of Ingenico Group. Mr. Patrick joined with a solid track record of managing global, high-growth fintech businesses.

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Damien Kopp, CTO

Damien Kopp has over 11 years of software delivery, product development and business consulting experience at Accenture and has developed extensive cross-industry and technical expertise by working closely with government organizations, card issuers and payment processors across Europe, the Americas and Southeast Asia.

Fabrice Marcotty, CFO

With extensive knowledge in finance & operations, Fabrice Marcotty has worked with a number of Asian blue chip companies over the past 15 years including Itron, a Nasdaq listed multinational corporation, and Ernst & Young.

“It gives us great pleasure to introduce the mobile payment solution, mPOS, into the Rwandan market. This technology will enable seamless payments at both stationary and mobile locations which gives merchants the competitive advantage of dynamism. We are always aiming to provide financial solutions to our customers and with mPOS, payment of goods will be quick, secure and convenient. This initiative emphasizes KCB Bank’s ambition to digitize payment platforms.”

Maurice Toroitich | Managing Director, KCB Bank Rwanda