High-tech Acquirer, Credorax, responds to a gap in the market by opening an office in Tokyo and naming well-known, Jonathan Epstein as Country Manager.
Assisted by investments from Japan’s Mobile Internet Capital (MIC), Credorax will be providing its acquiring services to Japan’s merchants and PSPs in the e-commerce and m-commerce spheres.
According to the Captain of Credorax’s flagship presence, Jonathan Epstein: “The key to success in the financial sector and Japan in general, is providing customers with a technology product or service that fills a need that isn’t being met by the traditional players. The flexibility and customisability of the Credorax platform guarantees that we will be able to address merchant concerns that no one else can. We will, of course, respect the market’s unequivocal high-quality expectations.”
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With a long list of credentials and successes in the Japanese market, namely PayPal, NASDAQ Japan, Asurion Japan Corporation and AIG Corporation Japan & Korea, Epstein is expected to do great things for the company and for the Japanese market:
“We are extremely excited to have a Japanese financial industry icon such as Jonathan lead our initiatives in the country. His unique expertise, launching products successfully in the region as well as the ability to support overseas companies to overcome government hurdles, will together prove instrumental in breaking ground in a market which many companies find difficult to enter,” said Chief Executive Officer of Credorax, Benny Nachman.