EveryMatrix Announce Samoil Dolejan As CEO

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The promotion of Samoil Dolejan as new CEO of its MoneyMatrix payment solutions division has been confirmed by EveryMatrix.

Dolejan is replacing Sandra Barton as CEO of MoneyMatrix, who recently left Libertex Financial Services for the company to oversee risk management operations.

Formerly a four-year business president, Dolejan worked as CFO of the EveryMatix Group (2018-2020) and managing director of the GamMatrix igaming software division of the company (2016-2018).

EveryMatrix outlined in its statement that Dolejan will be tasked with leading the next growth process of MoneyMatrix, seeking to dramatically increase the operational ability of the division and the global client portfolio.

Ebbe Groes, CEO of EveryMatrix Group, commented: “I am delighted to have Samoil on board as the CEO of our payments company. Samoil’s experience with EveryMatrix gives him the competitive edge a person in this role needs to understand the operational and financial requirements of clients.”

In 2017, EveryMatrix launched MoneyMatrix to diversify its core offerings in the market , providing a personalised payment system for igaming services to clients.

MoneyMatrix currently handles € 100 million reported in monthly transactions, while catering for a customer base of over 60 iGaming merchants.

Dolejan said: EveryMatrix is a company that pushes people to achieve their biggest ambitions. The payments industry, where the competition is fierce, is a great place to test your metal.

“Constant changes are driving innovation and shifting the balance of power between players. The conversation is changing from “how much will it cost?” to “how much value will it bring?”. Companies that will be able to bring consolidated value to their clients will be successful. MoneyMatrix has many value-adding features that help companies of all sizes to be agile and profitable, and I am excited to help the world learn about them!”

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