Mobile Life has appointed Monitoring & Compliance Partners (MCP) to act as a regulatory and compliance technology partner for Mexico effective immediately.
Commenting on the appointment, Warren Platt the CEO of Mobile Life said: “We are delighted to be working with MCP to take us to the next and most exciting stage of our growth and development in the Mexican and Latin American Markets. We have an exciting strategy and see MCP as the ideal partner to assist us in achieving all our commercial objectives.”
Neil Penny from MCP adds: “We are more than excited to be invited to assist and support Mobile Life in the Mexican market and we’re very confident our experience and expertise will deliver and exceed Mobile Life’s expectations. We’ve admired Mobile Life’s growth ever since they entered the market and to be part of their future growth is incredibly exciting”
MCP was formed in April 2014 as a result of a joint venture between Etx and Enarpee Services to create a new regulatory services company, offering a suite of products designed to provide peace of mind for the payments industry. Formed in 1997 by brothers Declan and Brian Pettit, eTX’s core offering is the ‘Touchpoint’ Application Development platform, a hardware/software system that intelligently manages information/events in a real-time environment.
This platform comprises proprietary technology which is the result of 15 years research and development, and which is particularly suited to fast-moving environments. MCP products such as Goverifyit, VeriAudits and Veriscanner have all been developed using this platform.
Enarpee Services is an expers in regulatory advice, due diligence, compliance and product & service audits for companies using premium billed mechanisms in support of their services to consumers. Run by Neil Penny and Toby Padgham, Enarpee Services are the appointed regulatory and compliance partner for the uk’s largest mobile network operator, EE – which also incorporates the T-Mobile & Orange Mobile Network brands – as well as providing direct client support across the EU, Africa, Australia, APAC and now Central America with LatAM support available during 2015.