Our Leadership Team


Chief Executive Officer / President

Braven joined Swift Prepaid Solutions in 2002 and has lead Swift as its Chief Executive Officer to experience 10x growth since 2007. He has more than 25 years of diverse business experience across Fortune 500 and entrepreneurial startup environments.

Braven started his career as a C.P.A. for the public accounting firm of Arthur Andersen specializing in the manufacturing and healthcare industry sectors. From there, he accepted a position in Operations Management for Sam Zell's M & A roll-up holding company, Great American Management & Investment, where he focused on business process re-engineering and profitability improvement for over twenty portfolio companies.

Braven spent close to ten years at Fortune 100 Baxter Healthcare and its public spin-off company Allegiance/Cardinal Healthcare in Corporate Treasury, Finance, New Product Development and various Sales/Marketing and management capacities. In 1999, he co-founded PocketCard Inc., one of the first dedicated processing companies of prepaid Visa® programs. He helped raise approximately $20 million in funding and led the Company's 100 employees as its Chief Operating Officer.

Braven holds an M.B.A. (Masters of Management) in Marketing and Finance from Northwestern University's Kellogg Graduate School of Management. 

Global Thinking

  • Privacy, Security and You

    “Just because someone else isn’t doing it, doesn’t mean we shouldn’t.”
    Privacy, Security and Swift

    It feels like reports of security breaches are constantly populating the news every day—with new sets of consumer credit card numbers being compromised and

Powerful Innovations

  • Five Reasons to Go Digital

    Cash is king in the reward and incentive business. Crisp bills were eventually outpaced by checks, which have since been surpassed by physical prepaid cards. Today, digital rewards rule, and if you’re still handing out cash, checks or physical cards, you’re behind the curve.

    Here are

Influential Discoveries

Prepaid Cards Can Lower Blood Pressure

Recent research from the world of health and wellness champions the use of incentives to motivate individuals. In a study conducted by Higi, a leading health company, 159,000 participants with hypertension were challenged to reduce their blood pressure. Prepaid cards were used as the incentive to change lifestyle and engage in healthier behaviors.

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