Capco, a business and technology consultancy, has appointed John Quamina to head up the payments and transaction banking practice in Capco’s UK banking team, as part of a growing European payments practice at Capco. Quamina will oversee the practice in the UK and play an important role in generating demand for its services in the marketplace.
Quamina joins from IBM, where he was most recently European sales lead for payments solutions, and brings extensive experience of payments and transaction banking. He has spent 20 years in the financial services industry and has worked with a number of global players in transaction banking.
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