Paysys Global is an international advisory firm dedicated to accelerating innovation and the digital transformation of global economies. With the aim of building more inclusive financial systems, we work with our clients and partners to promote the development of safe, efficient national payment systems and to strengthen digital finance ecosystems globally. Specifically, we advise a range of public and private sector clients, including central banks, financial institutions, mobile network operators, donors, and investors, to maximize the potential of digital to achieve their goals.
The Paysys Global team has combined experience of over 32 years, working in nearly 27 different countries. The team has a blend of expertise in financial services, payment systems and technology, financial inclusion, greenfield initiatives, and international development in developed and emerging markets.
Khurram's work in digital financial services (DFS) and payments spans over 20 years in diverse regions, including North America, Middle East, East Africa, and South and East Asia. He has led digital banking businesses, established national payment companies, advised central banks on digital payment strategies and oversight, and built strategic multi-industry partnerships to expand access to finance. He has also managed globally-dispersed teams and led business development and execution of projects ranging from USD 100,000 to 10 million.
Khurram’s depth and breadth of experience provides him an acute understanding of the design and operationalization of commercially-oriented and inclusive DFS and payment strategies, business models, products and services. Leveraging this experience, he advises clients in both the public and private sectors on digital transformation, business expansion and growth strategies. Khurram has a B.Sc in Business Administration and Management Information Systems from the University of Texas.
Tricia Cuna Weaver
Tricia has over 12 years of experience in digital financial services (DFS), digital payments, and financial inclusion. She has worked across 21 different markets globally as an advisor to regulators, government agencies, multilateral and bilateral organizations, banks, payment services providers, and other financial system actors to leverage digital technologies for more inclusive economies.
With a background in international finance, economics, and development, Tricia applies her experience to promote data- and market-driven solutions that accelerate growth at both institutional and macroeconomic levels. Engaging with actors across the DFS ecosystem and relevant sectors such as agriculture and humanitarian assistance, she is skilled at leading market and institutional assessments; undertaking quantitative and qualitative research; and designing and implementing DFS strategies and business models. Tricia has an M.A. from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies and a B.S. from Georgetown University.