I2C names Scott Galit president

Source: I2C

I2C, an innovative provider of payment solutions, announced that Scott Galit has joined the company as president.

Scott comes to i2c with extensive background in the financial services and prepaid industries, focusing especially on emerging payments. Most recently, as executive vice president at Meta Payment Systems, Scott served on the executive committee of MetaBank and lead all payments business lines, including credit, prepaid/debit, ACH, loyalty, agent bank, and ATMs.

Earlier in his career, Scott was senior vice president at MasterCard, serving on the global debit senior management team and with responsibility for the global prepaid business. He was a senior vice president and general manager at First Data Corporation and Concord EFS, founder and CEO of Solspark, and formerly an investment banker at Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette. Scott was also a founding board member of the Network Branded Prepaid Card Association.

At i2c, Scott will be responsible for the continued growth of the company. He can be reached by telephone at +1 650.593.5400, extension 5040, and by e-mail at sgalit@i2cinc.com.

"I am excited that a leader of Scott's caliber is joining our team,"
said Amir Wain, CEO of i2c Inc. "Scott is an experienced executive with proven leadership, innovation, technology, finance, and business-development expertise. He will be invaluable in building upon i2c's success and capitalizing on opportunities for growth going forward."

"I'm thrilled to join the terrific team at i2c," said Scott Galit. "Over the past several years, I've had an opportunity to work with dozens of financial-technology providers worldwide and long ago reached the conclusion that i2c has the best technology in the industry. i2c's broad set of unique capabilities, including industry-leading marketing tools, mobile apps, rewards infrastructure, and global multicurrency support, combined with a truly partner-centric approach to clients, positions i2c as the best partner in payments today."

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