Checkout.com Stock

checkout.comFinTech / PaymentsFounded: 2012Funding to Date: $143.25MM

Checkout.com is a fintech company providing payments solutions along with flexible solutions, granular data, and instant insights to help enterprises launch new products in new markets and create outstanding customer experiences. This company was founded in 2012 by Guillaume Pousaz and is headquartered in London, UK.

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Team

Management Team

Guillaume Pousaz
Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Ott Kaukver
Chief Technology Officer
Kerry Van Voris
Chief Human Resources Officer
Nick Worswick
Chief Revenue Officer
Adrian Asher
Chief Information Security Officer & Head of Cloud Architecture
Bradley Riss
Chief Commercial Officer
Meron Colbeci
Chief Product Officer
Celine Dufetel
Chief Financial Officer & Chief Operating Officer
Leela Srinivasan
Chief Marketing Officer
Mike Benchimol
Board Member

Board Members

Deven Parekh
Insight Partners

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News Highlights

Checkout.com triples valuation to $5.5 billion, making it one of Europe's top fintechs

Checkout.com has achieved impressive growth over the last year, increasing transaction volumes by 250% and picking up big-name clients.

Checkout.com acquires payment optimization startup ProcessOut – TechCrunch

Checkout.com, the quiet London-based payment platform, has acquired its first startup, ProcessOut. Checkout.com surprised everyone last year when it announced a gigantic $230 million Series A round. It turns out the payment processing boom is not over yet. Checkout .com focuses on enterprise client…
Updated on: Jun 18, 2024

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