i2c Adds Payments Industry Veteran As General Counsel

Rob Seiler Brings Track Record of Corporate Finance and Payments Excellence to Support i2c’s Global Expansion

REDWOOD CITY, Calif. – December 7, 2018 – i2c, a leading global provider of payments processing technology and services, today announced a key addition to its executive leadership with the appointment of Rob Seiler as General Counsel. Rob has over 17 years of legal experience with most of it specifically focused in the payments industry. Mr. Seiler was most recently a Senior Counsel at First Data Corporation and was previously an Assistant General Counsel at Bank of America Merchant Services.

“i2c continues to experience strong growth worldwide, and Rob’s global expertise in payments and corporate finance makes him a great addition to the i2c leadership. i2c’s unparalleled technology, as evidenced by over 10 years of 100% uptime, continues to attract new clients looking for alternatives to the status quo in the payments industry,” said Mr. Amir Wain, CEO and founder of i2c, Inc. “Rob’s hire also continues our investment in our recently announced Omaha location, a key presence to facilitate our continued growth and expansion.”

Headquartered in Silicon Valley, i2c enables financial institutions, corporations, brands, and governments to deliver credit, debit, prepaid, and next-generation payments and commerce solutions with its single, global, cloud-based Agile Processing platform.

“I am thrilled to join i2c and look forward to doing my part to facilitate its continued global growth,” commented Mr. Seiler.

About i2c Inc.
Headquartered in Silicon Valley, i2c is a leading provider of payments processing technology and services to financial institutions, recognizable brands, FinTechs, governments, and program managers around the world. i2c’s configurable cloud-based platform gives our customers the control to bring to market high-value payments and digital commerce solutions that deliver the differentiated customer experiences today’s cardholders expect. Companies can quickly and cost-effectively create, deploy, and manage profitable credit, debit, and prepaid solutions from a single global platform that provides unparalleled flexibility, agility, and reliability. i2c’s platform delivers next-generation payments solutions that meet the differentiated needs of customers and cardholders in 216 countries and territories. For more information, visit www.i2cinc.com.