Mounaim Cortet joins partner team of Innopay

24 January 2024 2 min. read
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Innopay has promoted long serving company member Mounaim Cortet to partner.

Appointed to the senior leadership team as of the start of 2024, Mounaim Cortet is currently the leader of Innopay’s German office, which launched in 2017 and has since grown to a considerable team. Cortet has been leading the country operation for just under two years.

In his new role, Cortet will continue to helm the German office, with the added remit of spearheading the firm’s growth into new markets, with a focus on the Austrian and Swiss markets.

Mounaim Cortet joins partner team of Innopay

In his consulting work, Cortet advises financial institutions on the transformation of their business and operating models in the realms of payments, digital identity and open finance. He is an expert in open banking, open finance, and digital transactions.

“We are delighted to welcome Mounaim to our firm’s partnership,” said Shikko Nijland, CEO and Managing Partner of Innopay. “His instrumental role in driving our company’s remarkable growth and impact, particularly in new markets in the DACH region over the past year, is commendable. Beyond these accomplishments, Mounaim is a shining example of ‘the Innopay way’ through his embodiment of our core values in all interactions and his display of servant leadership.”

Headquartered in Amsterdam, Innopay is an international consultancy firm specialised in digital transactions, supporting its clients with strategy, product development, and implementation support. The firm has 60 staff across its offices in Amsterdam and Frankfurt.

“In my capacity as a partner, I am eager to propel the growth of our business by leveraging the best of Innopay to assist clients in overcoming strategic and innovation challenges in payments, digital identity and open finance. I look forward to contributing to the future-proofing of their strategic resilience,” said Cortet.

Other senior leaders at Innopay include: Shikko Nijland (chief executive), Douwe Lycklama (company founder), Vincent Jansen, and Maarten Bakker.