May 2, 2016 – NEW YORK, NY – Agentic Group LLC today announced that Ann Camarillo, President and CEO of Boloro Global Ltd., a fast-growing next-gen global mobile payments network, and former CEO of debit card powerhouse Maestro and global ATM network Cirrus, has joined as a Senior Advisor to Agentic Group, the global Blockchain and Digital Currency consortium.
"Ann brings a unique perspective and focus on consumer payments using mobile, evidenced by the explosive entry of Boloro mobile payments into emerging economies,” said Rik Willard, Founder of Agentic Group. “Her mission to drive cash replacement is truly at the epicenter of what our members believe to be the future with Blockchain and Digital Currencies.”
Over the course of a 20 year career at MasterCard Worldwide, Ms. Camarillo held a variety of leadership positions in Business Development, Customer Management, Debit and Prepaid Products, Operations and Technology in the United States and globally.
“I am honored to be an advisor to this visionary group focused on unleashing the potential of Blockchain, which I believe to be a true game-changer for creating transparent and trusted transactional records that not only will impact the essence of financial services offerings as we know it today, but will ultimately put the power in the hands of buyers and sellers,” said Ms. Camarillo. “Blockchain may potentially disrupt the way traditional financial services have been configured.”
Ms. Camarillo served in Belgium as CEO of Maestro International, the largest global debit card network. She was also the CEO of Cirrus, the largest global ATM network. As MasterCard’s Chief Debit Officer, she created the award winning Debit Centre of Excellence and managed the Global Debit Advisory Board responsible for all debit and prepaid strategy, policies, financial performance and investments.
As Executive Vice President of U.S. Market Development at MasterCard, Ms. Camarillo was responsible for the financial contribution of all products and services and for creating and implementing next generation revenue streams. Her responsibilities included all market facing activities for US debit, credit, prepaid, commercial cards, remittance payments, all US government business, debit processing, co-branding and advising US financial institutions.
A native of St. Louis, Ms. Camarillo earned an undergraduate degree at Fontbonne College, and a Masters in Business Administration from St. Louis University.