Monday, 24 September 2012

Movers and Shakers in the Card and Payment industry w/c September 24th 2012

This week's Movers and Shakers in the Card and Payment world are:

  • Erich Ringwald joins Amex US consumer services business technology team from Boku

Josh Silverman, president, US consumer services business, Amex, says: "Erich will be instrumental in helping American Express turn ideas into innovative products and do so more quickly, - adding to the competitive advantage we already have as we connect buyers and sellers with an increasingly enhanced consumer experience."

  • Ingenico appoints Ken Paull CEO ROAM DATA Inc

Ingenico are putting a new management team to focus on Mobile payments

Philippe Lazare, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Ingenico, commented:

"The Group intends to accelerate its deployment in these markets and I am confident in Ken Paull capacities to address the challenges of a fast moving market, thanks to his extensive experience in the payments industry. This acceleration is in line with Group's strategy to play a leading role in the electronic payment industry beyond POS payments. »

  • Tim Cha is appointed Alaric's Sales Director in APAC

Commenting on Cha's appointment Alaric International Director Paul Griffin said, "Alaric's business is growing rapidly in Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific. Indeed, Alaric is now winning significant new business on both the partner and user fronts. In Tim Cha, we have found a proven and experienced achiever to drive this sales success forwards. He is exceedingly well regarded in the region and I expect that this will prove to be invaluable in driving sales for Alaric."

  • Alex Sion joins Movenbank as President and MD
Brett King, Founder and CEO of Movenbank, said "Alex's wealth of financial services experience, his deep digital industry knowledge and proven success in creating and leading technology teams to world-class implementation is second-to-none. He is a major addition to the Movenbank family. Our investors and I are very pleased to welcome on-board a person of outstanding quality and experience as we move towards fundamentally changing the everyday retail financial model. Alex is a recognized speaker and panelist in the financial services space he will continue this thought leadership role with the full support of the Movenbank family".
  • Mark Johnson appointed CFO of Q2ebanking
Reporting directly to Matt Flake, Q2ebanking's CEO and president, Mark is responsible for managing all aspects of the company's finance, human resources, legal and compliance departments. Additionally, he will also provide leadership and guidance to Q2ebanking's parent holding company, CBG Holdings Inc.
"As the scale of Q2ebanking's business continues to grow, we are pleased to add talented individuals and seasoned executive managers like Mark to further round out our team and oversee vital business functions while providing excellence in leadership," said Matt Flake, CEO and president of Q2ebanking. "His expertise will add even more strength to the management team, and I am pleased to welcome him to our organization. Mark has experience leading organizations during times of great expansion, and we know his strong background and enthusiasm will further drive Q2ebanking's current momentum. The entire Q2ebanking team is looking forward to working with Mark as the company expands its reach and executes a vision of best servicing our clients' needs."

Congratulations to all from the Card and Payment Jobs team.

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