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Arcus

Y Combinator LogoS13Acquired

Payment-as-a-service that helps any business launch payment solutions

Payments-as-a-service (“PaaS”) platform that enables any business to launch and offer innovative payment solutions across LatAm. Our mission is to make payments possible for everyone. We strive to improve people’s financial health by helping our clients empower their users, giving them a better way to manage their payments. The world’s largest and most innovative companies choose Arcus to accept and process payments across the Americas including BBVA, Santander, Walmart, 7-Eleven, and Rappi. Arcus was launched in 2013 through Y-Combinator and is backed by Ignia, Citi Ventures, Softbank, Initialized Capital, Andreessen Horowitz, Kapor Capital, among others.

Arcus
Founded:2013
Team Size:100
Location:Mexico City, Mexico

Active Founders

Edrizio De La Cruz, CEO

Edrizio was the co-founder and CEO or Arcus (S'13), a Latin America payments platform. The company grew to serve over 200 clients and processes billions of dollars annually. In 2021, the company was sold to Mastercard. Edrizio holds an MBA from The Wharton School. He was born in the Dominican Republic, grew up in Harlem and now resides in Miami. He loves comedy, hiking, writing and his 1 year old baby girl.

Edrizio De La Cruz
Edrizio De La Cruz
Arcus

Juan Maldonado

Juan was the co-founder & COO/CPO of Arcus, (S' 13). A payments platform for LatAm. He helped build an international team from the ground up and manage all operations as COO; as well as head of people where he was responsible for hiring over 200+ppl. Arcus was acquired by Mastercard in 2021, he's since focused his energy on helping other fellow entrepreneurs as an advisor/Angel investor. Before co-founding Arcus, Juan ran Michael Bloombergs financial empowerment center in NYC.

Juan Maldonado
Juan Maldonado
Arcus

Iñigo Rumayor

Iñigo is the CEO of Arcus, a multi-rail payments platform, with a direct connection to the RTP network in Mexico (SPEI), which in 2021 became the first acquisition by Mastercard in Latin America. He previously founded Regalii, a cross border bill pay platform where he held various roles including CRO and COO. Iñigo is a Mexican entrepreneur, originally from Saltillo, and holds a degree in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania.

Iñigo Rumayor
Iñigo Rumayor
Arcus