J.P. Morgan Payments hires Pat Brolly from Visa as EMEA Head of Acquiring Platforms and Rails
J.P. Morgan have made a senior hire in their Payments business in EMEA. Pat Brolly has joined J.P. Morgan Payments as EMEA Head of Acquiring Platforms and Rails in the Payments and Commerce solutions franchise.
Pat is reporting to EMEA co-heads of Payments and Commerce Solutions: Sara Castelhano and Ludovic Houri. Pat joined the firm in December and is based in London.
Sara Castelhano and Ludovic Houri said, “There is a huge growth opportunity for our EMEA franchise. Pat’s appointment will help to reinforce our position as the leading merchant acquirer in the region, and to achieve our ambitions for the business.”
Pat Brolly, new EMEA Head of Acquiring Platforms and Rails, J.P. Morgan Payments said, “I am excited to be joining J.P. Morgan Payments at a time of significant growth for the business. I am keen to build on my experience of launching cutting-edge products to anticipate our clients’ needs in this fast growing payments landscape, and further grow our franchise. I am looking forward to helping build our next-generation merchant acquiring platform, bolster the firm’s payments modernisation strategy and continue to position J.P. Morgan as a leader and innovator in our industry.’
Pat Brolly has 25 years’ experience in financial services, having held a variety of Product and commercial roles at Capital One, Morgan Stanley, Barclaycard and Visa. Most recently, Pat led Product for Visa Europe and the UK, which included the end to end commercialisation and delivery of Visa’s core, digital, and risk and identity solutions to its issuing and acquiring clients and partners across its 38 markets. This included deep involvement in developing Visa’s digital payments capabilities such as tokenisation and Account Updater.
J.P. Morgan Payments is Europe’s number one ecommerce merchant acquirer in Europe, according to the Nilson Report. J.P. Morgan Payments is committed to the EMEA region and continues to grow, scale and strengthen its capabilities across the region. Its suite of solutions and local expertise is crucial to its clients, particularly in light of evolving business models. The EMEA business leverages J.P. Morgan’s global scale and service to enable firms across the region to solve the most complex payments challenges.
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