Redwood City, CA—December 9, 2009— Amir Wain, chief executive officer of i2c Inc., an innovative provider of prepaid processing and payment solutions, spoke at the Deutsche Bank FinTech 2009 Senior Executive Forum on November 11, 2009, in New York, NY. He contributed to the prepaid/mobile panel, together with other industry leaders exploring the challenges and opportunities of expanding into new markets, facing increasing global competition, and responding to an ever-changing regulatory environment.

Participants at FinTech 2009 included prominent figures from exchange, FCM/interdealer brokers, trading technology, merchant acquiring, payment processing, prepaid, information providers, and financial software companies. The prepaid/mobile panel in particular explored the prepaid industry in the current economic situation and in light of recent and future regulatory changes, as well as the opportunities in mobile payments.

“Meeting with business leaders to interactively discuss emerging issues in financial technology is beneficial to the industry,” said i2c’s Amir Wain. In the prepaid/mobile panel, Wain spoke about the future of prepaid, the intersection of prepaid and mobile, and the innovations that will drive the prepaid industry going forward.

“In prepaid especially, we need to keep open the dialog about where prepaid is heading, from the point of view of both the business model and functionality as well as technological innovation,” said Wain. “That way, we can address all stakeholders’ interests, demystify confusing concepts, and make sure we’re creating products and services that address real-world needs.”

About i2c Inc.

i2c Inc. is an experienced and trusted payments solution provider that helps card issuers and program managers deliver profitable prepaid programs. With My Card Place (MCP), i2c’s flexible, feature-rich, Prepaid2.0-ready processing platform, clients have complete control of their programs in real time.

With its value-added services, rewards and loyalty options, cardholder communication tools, and extensive analytics, MCP empowers clients to increase revenues, improve efficiency, reduce costs, and build a loyal cardholder base. i2c enables clients to launch new products faster, tailor programs for specific segments, and offer a variety of vertical solutions.

i2c holds ISO 27001-2005, CMMI, ISO 9001, PCI-DSS, and SAS70 certifications. i2c has headquarters in Redwood City, California, and more than 350 employees and five sales and support offices worldwide. Its customer support provides 24x7x365 service to its clients, which include companies in North America, Latin America, the Middle East, Asia Pacific, and Europe. For more information, please visit


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