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M-Via appoints Alfred Pepping MD, Mexico

03 April 2012  |  1922 views  |  0 Source: m-Via

M-Via, the company revolutionizing how families save and share their wealth, today announced that Alfred Pepping IV has been hired as managing director and general manager, Mexico. He will be responsible for the business in Mexico and Central America, helping to generate sales, market awareness and distribution relationships with banks and retailers.

"Alfred's wealth of experience in both the mobile and financial services industries, coupled with his proven leadership and results at MasterCard, make him the ideal candidate for this position," said Bill Barhydt, CEO of m-Via. "We are honored to add such a respected industry executive to our management team and look forward to watching Alfred accelerate Boom's growth across Mexico and Central America."

Pepping has nearly 30 years experience working in the finance, mobile payments and pre-paid market. Prior to joining m-Via, he was president and general manager at Avantsar, an enterprise mobile communications company located in Mexico. Before that, he was vice president, pre-paid products at MasterCard International. Pepping has also held executive positions at Computec, Analytica, Citigroup and Dun & Bradstreet. He graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a degree in mechanical engineering

In his new position at m-Via, Pepping's goal is to establish Boom as the premier banking solution for the unbanked recipients of U.S. remittances in Mexico and Central America

"m-Via is not just a mobile banking platform, it's a company that is dedicated to helping families share money across borders at the lowest cost possible," said Pepping. "I am proud to join an executive team with a passion for not only rapidly growing a business, but also facilitating social good." 

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