Ebanx Appoints Greg Cornwell Vice President, Business Development


Ebanx, a fintech company specializing in international payments in growing markets, today announced the appointment of Greg Cornwell as the new vice president of business development for the Brazilian unicorn.

He will report directly to EBANX’s President of Global Payments, Paula Bellizia, and play a key role in co-leading the fintech’s global sales team, located in the Americas, Asia and Europe. Based in the United States, in Dallas, Texas, Cornwell will leverage its extensive payments and sales expertise in North America, a priority market for EBANX’s continued growth and expansion.

Cornwell has more than 20 years of experience and success in payment and financial services companies, including his most recent role as Executive Vice President and Head of Global Sales at Dallas-based Bluefin Payment Systems, for over seven years. During this time, he led the company’s revenue growth strategy, developed new businesses and partnerships in Canada, Europe and Latin America, and built a successful sales team that signed and enabled more than 80 integrated global partners and provided 100% partner and customer retention.

“Greg has come at an important time in EBANX’s history as we continue to expand our business into new geographies and business lines – including our recent expansion into Africa and the launch of a new payment technology innovation to help global SaaS players sell more services in Latin America,” said Paula Bellizia, President of Global Payments at EBANX. “Her proven track record in leading strategy and executing complex sales , his mentorship skills that build and motivate high-performing teams, and his global leadership experience will help us achieve our business expansion goals in the years to come.”

Prior to joining EBANX, Cornwell also served as Executive Vice President of Global Sales for Accertify, where he led the development, management and operations of the global sales organization. In addition, he held senior positions at Chase Paymentech Solutions and Worldpay (FIS) from 2000 to 2009.

“Over the past few years, EBANX has become a global powerhouse, propelling the payments industry to new heights in emerging markets and beyond through the careful application of advanced payment technologies – helping merchants expand their efforts, without borders, in markets brimming with potential, including Latin America and Africa,” said Greg Cornwell, Vice President of Business Development at EBANX. “It will be an honor to join EBANX in its mission and to bring my global network to support businesses in verticals such as SaaS Cloud, streaming, digital games, online retail, among others, to address attractive international markets via the vast expertise of ‘EBANX in the cross-border area. payments and new features, like the ability to manage both micropayments and big ticket items to leverage recurring revenue from SaaS subscription payment processing.

Cornwell joins the EBANX leadership team during a period of rapid growth and expansion. Over the past year, the Brazilian fintech has announced its first expansion outside of Latin America into Africa, the launch of operations in three African countries, a wave of new payment innovations, the opening an office in Mexico, one of the 15 Latin American countries in which it has operations; and acquiring Brazilian fintech Remessa Online which has expanded and diversified its payments portfolio.

It comes the year that EBANX has completed 10 years since its inception, reinforcing the leadership of the company, which is once again prioritizing its core business of international payments and focusing on product innovation and its corporate structure. company as the basis for the next decade. His appointment follows the arrival of Paula Bellizia to lead EBANX’s global sales, marketing, operations and expansion teams in February this year; Alexandre Dinkelmann as Chief Financial Officer and Ariel Patschiki, former Product Director who was appointed Chief Product Officer in May 2021.


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