Chaiti Sen
Chaiti Sen

Chaiti Sen

Business Leader, Worldwide Communications


Chaiti Sen is a business leader on Mastercard’s worldwide communication team. In this role, Chaiti delivers communications on technology and data innovations emerging from Mastercard Labs and helps to strengthen Mastercard’s brand as a technology leader.

Before joining MasterCard, Chaiti was at IBM where she was the worldwide communications lead for its storage division. Prior to that, Chaiti managed grassroots, product and lifestyle communications for General Motors across East Coast. Chaiti is passionate about creative story-telling and her expertise lies in telling brand and product stories both traditionally and digitally.

e-mail: chaiti_sen@mastercard.com
phone: 917.408.2912

Recent Posts

With a built-in network of 135,000 billers, Mastercard Bill Pay Exchange will have the largest community of U.S. billers Enable banks and credit unions to become a one-stop-shop for all bill payments Purchase, NEW YORK – October 10, 2018 – Paying bills is everyone’s least favorite chore – it requires balancing when bills are due, …
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Mastercard Decision Intelligence™ is a security solution that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to make more informed authorization decisions.

Mastercard Decision IntelligenceTM adds AI capabilities to KeyBank’s fraud detection efforts  Purchase, N.Y. – Aug.  23, 2018 –Mastercard and KeyBank today announced that the bank will now use Mastercard Decision Intelligence™, a security solution that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to make more informed authorization decisions. This will enable KeyBank to increase the accuracy of real-time approvals …
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Sally Mwasaru, has been Manager at Cake City in Nairobi, Kenya since November 2012 Cake City and the store has made tremendous growth and in a span of few months grasped all the cake lovers. They have introduced new innovative cashless payment solutions such as Masterpass QR to make it easier for their customers. Her …
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Mastercard hosted two of the most influential women in microfinance, Andrea Jung, President & CEO of Grameen America, Inc. and Gina Harman, CEO of U.S. Network Accion, to talk about women’s economic empowerment, the challenges female entrepreneurs face and more. Watch now.

Mastercard today announced that it will use Facebook Messenger to provide technology to small businesses in Africa and Asia to drive affordable acceptance of electronic and mobile payments. Access to digital payments will help these businesses expand to new markets and unlock financial services and products that enables them to grow their livelihoods.

Launches Masterpass QR bot for Messenger to enable Nigerian businesses to set up digital money accounts and accept QR payments Barcelona, SPAIN – February 28, 2018 – At Mobile World Congress, Mastercard today announced that it will use Facebook Messenger to provide technology to small businesses in Africa and Asia to drive affordable acceptance of …
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BARCELONA, SPAIN – February 26, 2018 – At Mobile World Congress, Mastercard and M-KOPA today announced a partnership that will provide Africans living without electricity a simple way to light up their homes and businesses. M-KOPA, which already provides affordable, safe and clean energy to 3 million people in East Africa, will pilot Mastercard’s Quick …
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Mastercard unveiled Kionect, a digital ordering system that empowers small kiosk owners in Nairobi to order and pay for products from wholesalers via SMS. Orders submitted via a feature phone helps create a digital record for kiosk owners to get access to micro-loans to stock inventory and grow their business. For more information, please click …
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