Sectors: Professional Services

Ubiquity Global Services

Ubiquity Global Services is a multinational services organization offering innovative customer experience management solutions, risk management services and interactive voice response (IVR) solutions.


Cheryl Slipski, Executive Vice President

Read More

Cheryl Slipski is Ubiquity’s executive vice president and general counsel. Cheryl is responsible for all aspects of the company’s legal affairs worldwide, and also leads Ubiquity’s risk management services business unit. Cheryl has more than a decade of experience in financial services, and has broad expertise in the legal, regulatory and compliance aspects of the payments industry. Prior to joining Ubiquity, Cheryl worked for Google and served in the business development division of the company’s payments organization. Previously, she was executive vice president and general counsel of TxVia, a payments technology company acquired by Google in early 2012. Cheryl was a partner in the private practice of law before going in-house with TxVia, with the law firm of Woodcock, Washburn. Cheryl is an active participant in industry organizations and events, and a frequent speaker on emerging payments.

Ray Iglesias, CEO

Read More

Ray Iglesias is the chief executive officer of Ubiquity Global Services. He has deep leadership experience, having previously held key roles in several successful startup organizations. Ray most recently served as the chief financial officer for TxVia, Inc. At TxVia, Ray raised more than $55M in funding from top-tier investors including Oak Investment Partners and Bain Capital before helping to close the sale of TxVia to Google in 2012. He previously co-founded Prepaid Media (2005) and Clarity Payment Solutions (2000), which was sold to S&P 500-listed corporation Total Systems, Inc. in 2004. A graduate of Columbia University’s School of Law, Ray previously worked as an associate at Dewey & LeBoeuf.