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Zeepay Ghana Limited is a wholly Ghanaian owned Mobile Financial Services company focused on providing integrated mobile payments services with mobile wallets targeting the unbanked and banked population with the objective of bringing the unbanked into the financial stream and easing payments and collections for the banked population.
Zeepay facilitates the processing of multiple mobile phone payment transactions, and operates as a aggregator that brings transaction of all players together on one single platform. The company’s core application runs on an open source technology, and it’s designed to integrate all types of payment platforms, banks, merchants, Mobile Network Operators (MNOs), and other companies with subscriber based transactions.
Zeepay’s objective is to include about 50% of the unbanked population through the provision of mobile financial services with retail enablement. While improving revenue mobilization for Government, Municipals, Insurance, Banks, Retail based organizations, and all relevant key stakeholders within the payments and collections ecosystem.
We provide a platform that accepts mobile money wallets, debit & loyalty cards, and cash at the point of sale along with operating as a store house for holding cash through mobile wallets for members.
Our Mobile Financial Services platform runs on an open source, giving us the ability to aggregate all modes of payments within Ghana and abroad. We do not compete with, but rather provide a means to payments and collections for both Retail partners and direct competitors. For competitors, our core mission is to expand their reach through varied partnerships hence the reason we pride ourselves as aggregators.
We are the first to go to market in Ghana with the “tap and pay” and the “click and send” service, offering two factor authentication as the minimum – which in Ghana is PIN and biometric, we use another factor which is near field communication.
That is mobile agnostic and independent of Mobile Network Operators, Banks and Retailers but rather consumer focused and driven for a highly interactive consumer market where the consumer dictates the market pace.
Using an aggregator platform with high inter-operability and robust processors enabling us to handle a maximum of 200,000 transactions in volume per second. This is all accomplished while being able to process mobile wallets across various networks, proprietary cards, branded cards, international money transfers, contact less and cash amongst others via point of sale, web, and smart phones.
Head of Operations and Finance
Product Manager (Finance)
Channels & Key Accounts Manager
Compliance & Regulatory Risk
He has worked in various award-wining financial institutions and served in management positions. He possesses a deep knowledge and understanding of audit, internal controls, risk management, digital compliance including AML & KYC, business process enhancements, banking, internal controls, investigations, finance, international development and corporate governance at management and Board level. In Financial advisory, he has carried out assignments across East and Southern Africa.
Prince also has certification from International Organization in Standardization (ISO) as a Lead Auditor in Quality Management Systems and a member of Association of Certified Compliance Professionals in Africa (ACCPA). He was recently nominated in the maiden Compliance Excellence Awards in Africa as Africa’s Risk Professional of the Year 2015.
Accounts & Reconciliation Officer
Training & Support
He is the founder and first Managing Director of Social Security Bank which was later acquired by Societe General Bank. Dr. Appiah was instrumental in the restructuring of Ghana Co-operative Bank as Technical advisor and Managing Director of the Bank, he did same for Guyana National Co-operative Bank also as Technical advisor and Managing Director where he also successfully restructured the bank. He spent considerable years in Uganda also as Technical Advisor and later the Chief Executive Officer of the bank responsible for restructuring the bank.
In his working career, he has held other roles such as Director of Budget, Principal Secretary and Finance Minister all in Ghana, coupled with working for Bank of Ghana and other International assignments. He comes to Zeepay with a wealth of experience, contact, and corporate governance.
Zoe has an LLB from the University of Essex and an LLM in International Business Law from the London School of Economics and Political Science. She has been called to the Bar of England and Wales and is also a member of the Ghana Bar. She is very commercially minded and an invaluable asset to the Board.
She will help Zeepay to expand its services to other sectors and projects including sustainable agriculture and value chains, and advise Zeepay on potential non-financial outcomes associated with its business. Tanja is a Danish-Swiss national, who was born in Tanzania, lived 18 years in East Africa, and has done business in over 25 countries.