Fiserv, American Express, Samsung Pay & Bank of America Converge at Push Payments

December 6, 2016         By: Mike Dautner

Push Payments, a leader in real-time payments announced that open seats for key strategic roles within the fast-paced growing organization have been filled with leaders from the largest and most dominant Fintech companies in the payments industry.

“It is with great pleasure and admiration that we welcome our new members to the team. I’m honored to have payments industry veterans with this level of experience and expertise joining our team! Don Mileff, Khuram Ahmad, Sabrina Ho, and Jamie Luangaphay have all made strong commitments to help drive the real-time payment evolution.” said Travis Dulaney, Chief Executive Officer of Push Payments.

The release disclosed each individual joining the organization, as well as their credentials.

  • Don complements our team with 25 years of system architecture and payment experience ranging from mobile to payment processing environments. He has provided leadership and defined technologies across a few of the largest in the world such as Samsung Pay, Bank of America, and Wells Fargo.
  • Khuram brings 17 years of payments experience and has successfully launched numerous award-winning programs and held leadership roles at Fiserv, Google and FIS.
  • Sabrina has over 20 years of Fintech technology experience ranging from helping to build the first prepaid platform, Wildcard Systems to major initiatives within American Express.
  • Jamie rounds out our team with the all-important banking perspective. He has over 10 years of finance experience with large financial institutions such as Bank of America and BankUnited.

“These folks are consummate professionals with an immense knowledge of the payments industry,” said Bob Chevlin, Chief Innovation Officer of Push Payments. “With more than 70 years of combined banking, payments and technical experience under their belts, they are poised to make an immediate impact and bolster our existing team of industry professionals.”