Daniel Sijes Hired to Drive Global e-Gaming Business
LONDON, May 15 , 2012 – eMerchantPay Group, the trusted global leader in international online payment processing gateway services for e-commerce, recurring bill payment, virtual terminals and more, announced today the appointment of payments and gaming expert Daniel Sijes as vice president sales – gaming.
eMerchantPay specializes in high-risk, e-commerce merchant accounts and payment processing services. Quality, long-term, global bank acquiring relationships, plus in-house risk liability and accountability, enable eMerchantPay to offer domestic and international merchant accounts to online businesses, even in situations where approval has previously not been secured. Currently operating in more than 40 countries, eMerchantPay offers quick turnaround of applications, full risk management, plus inked deals with experienced acquiring banks to expand and strengthen its global offer. Payments can be made in more than 150 global currencies using a wide variety of mainstream global, regional and country-specific payment brands and alternative payment methods.
The gaming and financial service related industries like the Forex and Binary Options have undergone numerous changes to become regulated, compliant and legitimate. Internet gambling, skill gaming, casual gaming can significantly benefit from eMerchantPay’s comprehensive solutions by securing merchant accounts along with ongoing payment processing services, all from a single source.
As vice president of sales – gaming, Sijes is responsible to build upon the already established position of eMerchantPay on the global e-gaming marketplace. Sijes joins the company after serving as head of gaming for DataCash Group Ltd., a MasterCard company in London. Prior to DataCash, Sijes worked for GlobalCollect, 192business, a part of Experian; E TRADE Financial Corporation and ING Banking Group in London and Amsterdam.
“We are pleased to welcome Daniel Sijes to the eMerchantPay team,” states company chief commercial officer, Manoj Kheerbat. “His knowledge and expertise will greatly help us in strengthening our merchant offering and executing on a strategy of promoting the value of new and experienced acquirer relationships in the gaming, Forex and binary options industries around the world.”
“eMerchantPay is a respected payments company that enables e-gaming merchants access to multiple acquiring relationships; numerous local, regional and global payment methods; superior fraud detection and risk management tools; and payments experts knowledgeable in the gaming space and its many significant challenges,” states Sijes. “It’s a winning combination that will certainly bring great value to any e-gaming company. I am honored to lead the company’s effort in this arena,” adds Sijes.
eMerchantPay is the trusted global leader for international online payment processing gateway services, with merchant customers in over 40 countries across the globe. Innovative payment solutions offering authorization and funding in more than 150 currencies and various languages, plus dedicated account managers providing personal service that is second-to-none make international online payment processing easy, convenient and affordable. Quality, long-term, global banking relationships, plus in-house risk liability and accountability enable eMerchantPay to offer merchant accounts to businesses of all types and sizes, even in high risk situations where approval has previously not been secured.
Founded in 2002, the eMerchantPay Group is a privately held corporation headquartered in Europe with offices in Boca Raton, Fla., the United Kingdom and Sofia, Bulgaria. eMerchantPay Corporation is a registered ISO/MSP of Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. in Walnut Creek, Calif., and is a member of the Electronic Transactions Association. eMerchantPay Limited is a Financial Conduct Authority (FCA United Kingdom) licensed payment institution. The Group’s operations in Bulgaria are ISO 9001:2008 certified by Lloyd’s Register Quality Assurance (LRQA) and its gateway and solutions are Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) Level I compliant.