Judopay’s CEO Jeremy Nicholds has been selected to join the Emerging Payments Association (EPA) advisory board. The EPA is managed by its senior leadership team and receives guidance and steering from the EPA Advisory Board. The EPA Advisory Board is composed of 14 highly effective CEOs from leading payments companies who all have a desire to change the payments industry and create a profitable, sustainable payments ecosystem.
Since 2018, Judopay has enabled commerce on the move and Jeremy comes to the board with over two decades worth of experience in the payments space. Starting as head of consumer cards at Natwest, he went on to join Mastercard in 2000 as UK country manager then SVP/head of sales and marketing for Europe. Jeremy joined Visa in 2006 to drive business growth and from 2014 led their mobile business unit, overseeing the arrival of Apple Pay and other Pay programmes into Europe.
Since leaving Visa, Jeremy has taken advisory roles across multiple businesses including Yoyo, Yello, 118118 Money, Vipera and was Deputy Chairman for SafeCharge.
Jeremy Nicholds CEO of Judopay said:
“I’m delighted to join the EPA’s advisory board alongside some great leaders in the payments industry. The EPA’s main goal of ensuring the UK is the global hotspot for payment innovation is one that resonates with me and I look forward to advising and helping them as they strive for this in the coming year.”