REPAY Hires Payments Veteran Michael Cottrell as Senior Vice President of Clearing & Settlement
Former President of ProPay brings decades of experience working in PayFac as a Service and the wider payments industry
Throughout Cottrell’s career, he has served in various roles that have equipped him with extensive knowledge of the fintech and payments industry. Prior to joining REPAY, Cottrell served as the President of Metrics Global, where he was responsible for the development, augmentation and customization of the company’s suite of payment technology solutions. Before Metrics Global, Cottrell served as the Vice President of Product at Global Payments, and before the merger of TSYS and Global Payments, he served as President of ProPay, a TSYS company. Cottrell also served as President and Senior Vice President Global Sales at ProPay, where he led efforts to bring ProPay’s Payment Facilitator (PayFac) offering to market. Prior to ProPay, he was Chief Business Development Officer for TriSource Solutions, an ISO and clearing processor, which REPAY acquired in 2019.
“Our goal is to power the end-to-end payment experience, from payment acceptance to back-end processing and payouts,” said
“Joining the team at REPAY is almost second nature after working with TriSource Solutions ahead of the acquisition,” said
REPAY provides integrated payment processing solutions to verticals that have specific transaction processing needs. REPAY’s proprietary, integrated payment technology platform reduces the complexity of electronic payments for clients, while enhancing the overall experience for consumers and businesses.
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