Assembly Payments appoints new co-CEOs Rimal Gokani and Tim Dickinson
SINGAPORE, Aug. 7, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Leading Australian technology payment company, Assembly Payments (https://assemblypayments.com/), has appointed Tim Dickinson and Rimal Gokani as its new co-CEOs following the company's joint venture with global bank Standard Chartered.
Dickinson takes on the role after working as Assembly Payments' General Manager for almost a year. He brings almost two decades of technology industry experience to the top job, three of which were spent scaling Assembly from startup to growth company.
Gokani joins Assembly from SC Ventures, Standard Chartered's innoation and venture arm, to lead the business on its global growth trajectory. He has two decades of international experience working in both finance and technology for Deutsche Bank, The London Stock Exchange and The New York Stock Exchange.
"This transition is a result of almost a year's worth of planning and structuring. It's exciting to finally be able to announce this shift to the market and show that we're ready for the next stage of our growth," said Tim Dickinson, co-CEO of Assembly Payments said.
"There has never been a greater need for global timely and effective payment technology. The speed and fluidity of payments could be the difference in dampening the blow of the ongoing COVID-19 led crisis," he added.
"Our joint venture with Standard Chartered puts Assembly in a unique position to roll out its payment technology globally at an expedited rate across Asia and Europe," said Rimal Gokani, Co-CEO of Assembly Payments.
"This is an exciting time for the payment technology industry and with its great team, agile technology and years of industry experience through the partnership Assembly has all the right ingredients to take the global payments world by storm," he said.
About Assembly Payments
Assembly Payments is a pioneer of automated and real time payment technology.
Launched in 2013 the company automates and manages payment processes for digital platforms in Australia, New Zealand and the US, so these businesses can focus on the bigger picture. Assembly's flexible API technology automates complex payment workflows, enabling businesses to gain agility and scale.
SOURCE Assembly Payments