Zeepay, Africa’s leading cross-border fintech specialising in remittance to mobile wallet has appointed Daniel Gyimah as the new Board Chairman.
With an impressive track record and extensive experience Mr. Gyimah brings invaluable expertise to the role, having played a pivotal role as the former Managing Director of Ghana’s National Investment Bank and serving on multiple boards.
Additionally, he has a distinguished career with USAID. Notably, Mr. Gyimah has served as an Independent Director of Zeepay, overseeing the Audit Committee.
Beyond his involvement with Zeepay, Daniel Gyimah holds positions on various boards including Glico Capital and Glico Life – further demonstrating his depth of knowledge and industry insights. He is an alumnus of Saint Augustine’s College and a devout Catholic, embodying values of excellence and integrity.
Daniel Gyimah joins Zeepay at a significant juncture as the company bids farewell to its longest-serving Chair, Mr. Yankey, in compliance with rotational and regulatory requirements. In his new role, Mr. Gyimah will spearhead the company’s upcoming series A5 fundraise and align its expansion strategy for continued growth and success.
Expressing his enthusiasm for the appointment, Andrew Takyi-Appiah, Managing Director-Zeepay, commented: “I am thrilled to collaborate with Mr. Gyimah once again, as we had a fantastic working relationship during my tenure as Managing Director of Glico Capital. His extensive banking experience spanning over 30 years makes him an invaluable asset to Zeepay”.
Zeepay welcomes Daniel Gyimah as the new Board Chairman, and looks forward to leveraging his expertise and leadership to drive the company’s strategic initiatives and reinforce its position as a leading player in the cross-border fintech industry.
Zeepay is the fastest-growing wholly Ghanaian-owned fin-tech in Ghana focusing on digital rails to connect digital assets such as mobile money wallets, cards, ATMs, Bank Accounts and Digital tokens to International Money Transfer Operators, Payments, Subscriptions, International Airtime and Refugee payments. This is an effort to promote and improve financial inclusion, which in turn will make the world a better place to live.