Team › Philip J. Philliou, Partner

Philip J. PhilliouPhilip Philliou has over 16 years of payments industry and consulting experience with a track record for product leadership, developing new market opportunities, and structuring innovative partnerships. His areas of expertise are New Product Launches, Merchant Acquiring, payment processing and processors, Interchange, online gaming, prepaid card issuing, products for the unbanked, M&A due diligence and interpreting the impact of new laws and regulations on financial products and services.
With wide geographical experience across the European, North American, Middle Eastern, and African markets, Philliou has advised retailers, airlines, 501(c)3 organizations, card issuers, acquires, card associations, and third party processors. Philliou has been extensively quoted and featured in technology and financial services media, including Business Week, American Banker, Fast Company and CFO Magazine, among others. He has spoken extensively at industry events.

Prior to consulting, Philliou was Chief Product and Strategy Officer of UnitedHealth Group's financial services division reporting to the CEO; Vice-President, Advanced Payments and Technologies, for MasterCard International; and Director, Strategy and Marketing at American Express.

Philliou holds a Juris Doctor from Fordham Law School and a B.S. in Public Accounting from Fordham University's College of Business Administration. Philliou was a Board Director of Atlanta, Georgia-based, Harbor Payments, Inc. (sold to American Express 12/06) and Imbot Technologies, Inc., a New York-based technology company. Philliou was an Asst. Adjunct Professor at New York University's School of Continuing Education, Law and Finance, teaching a course entitled International Strategic Alliances.

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120 Sylvan Avenue, 3rd Floor
Englewood Cliffs, NJ 07632

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