Visa Inc, a US multinational financial services corporation based in California, has announced the appointment of Jennifer Como as the new Head of Investor Relations. Como is hired to succeed Mike Milotich who will leave Visa later this month to become Chief Financial Officer at Marqeta Inc., a payments firm. In this function, Como will be responsible for developing and expanding Visa’s investor relations infrastructure and continue cultivating meaningful relationships with its clients and investors.

Currently, Como works as the Senior Vice-President of investor relations at Visa. She joined the company in 2019 after working for almost 20 years across financial services in the  payments  , banking, insurance and brokerage sectors where she held various roles associated with corporate finance, communications, strategy and investor relations.

Como is an MBA graduate in Finance from Yale University and holds a BA in International Studies from John Hopkins University.

Vasant Prabhu, the Vice-Chair and Chief Financial Officer of Visa Inc, stated: “Jennifer is a proven leader with deep knowledge of Visa’s model and the trends driving our business. She will continue to be a valuable partner to our analysts and investors.”

Accelerating Financial Inclusion for All

In December last year, Visa launched a global crypto advisory service to help its partners and clients to advance their own crypto journey. The launch coincided with the rising popularity of digital currencies, which continue to take greater hold of people’s consciousness. Visa developed its crypto advisory service to help financial institutions evaluate the cryptocurrency opportunity, develop concrete strategies and pilot new user experiences as well as innovations such as CBDC-integrated consumer wallets and crypto rewards programs.

In November last year, Visa partnered with Belvo, a Latin American  startup  that built an open finance API platform, to advance the acceleration of open finance products and solutions across key markets in Latin America, which empowers consumers and provides them with more choices.

Last month, Visa partnered with Pagaya, a leading international technology company, to enable its merchants and issuing bank partners to expand access to credit. Generally, in the last few months, Visa formed several collaborations to expand the adoption of technology-driven solutions in the global financial services and retail industry.

Visa Inc, a US multinational financial services corporation based in California, has announced the appointment of Jennifer Como as the new Head of Investor Relations. Como is hired to succeed Mike Milotich who will leave Visa later this month to become Chief Financial Officer at Marqeta Inc., a payments firm. In this function, Como will be responsible for developing and expanding Visa’s investor relations infrastructure and continue cultivating meaningful relationships with its clients and investors.

Currently, Como works as the Senior Vice-President of investor relations at Visa. She joined the company in 2019 after working for almost 20 years across financial services in the  payments  , banking, insurance and brokerage sectors where she held various roles associated with corporate finance, communications, strategy and investor relations.

Como is an MBA graduate in Finance from Yale University and holds a BA in International Studies from John Hopkins University.

Vasant Prabhu, the Vice-Chair and Chief Financial Officer of Visa Inc, stated: “Jennifer is a proven leader with deep knowledge of Visa’s model and the trends driving our business. She will continue to be a valuable partner to our analysts and investors.”

Accelerating Financial Inclusion for All

In December last year, Visa launched a global crypto advisory service to help its partners and clients to advance their own crypto journey. The launch coincided with the rising popularity of digital currencies, which continue to take greater hold of people’s consciousness. Visa developed its crypto advisory service to help financial institutions evaluate the cryptocurrency opportunity, develop concrete strategies and pilot new user experiences as well as innovations such as CBDC-integrated consumer wallets and crypto rewards programs.

In November last year, Visa partnered with Belvo, a Latin American  startup  that built an open finance API platform, to advance the acceleration of open finance products and solutions across key markets in Latin America, which empowers consumers and provides them with more choices.

Last month, Visa partnered with Pagaya, a leading international technology company, to enable its merchants and issuing bank partners to expand access to credit. Generally, in the last few months, Visa formed several collaborations to expand the adoption of technology-driven solutions in the global financial services and retail industry.