MasterCard has ankled Craig Vosburg to president, North America Markets, effective January 1st. This appointment comes as Chris McWilton announced he will leave MasterCard on December 31.
Master Your Card, a community empowerment program sponsored by MasterCard has formed a new coalition that will work to help financially underserved African Americans build financial strength and gain financial inclusion through the effective use of electronic payment technology.
In today’s CardFlash News Que: FROST & SULLIVAN (digital); NEXONIA (webinar); and YAPITAL (Deutscher Sportausweis).
eOriginal has ankled David R. Young as its new DocuSign Enterprise Sales Director. Young is tasked with expanding eOriginal’s rapidly growing DocuSign relationship by driving enterprise-level deals.
Toronto-based GreenCoinX has formed an Advisory Board to assist in the further development of GreenCoinX, the world’s first identifiable crypto currency. GreenCoinX identifies users and facilitates the collection of user defined optional taxes by worldwide governments.
International Bancard has ankled Steve Ventura as its Senior Vice President of Partner Development. Ventura brings 20 years of business, sales and partnership experience to International Bancard at its corporate headquarters just outside Detroit.
CO-based CPI Card Group, a specialist in financial and EMV chip card production and related services, has ankled two key executives. David Brush will lead Finance, IT and Project Management Organization (PMO) activities for CPI and Lisa Jacoba will serve as Chief Human Resources Officer.
In today’s CardFlash News Que: ACI (board); AMEX (study); CSI (China); and NAB (award).
CardWeb.com’s CardData database of Company Profiles today features YapStone.
For the first time in Latin America, MasterCard rolled out in Chile a digital payment and shopping technology present in world-class stadiums. Called Qkr!, the app is available for Android and iOS devices and was developed by the company internationally under the “quicker” concept to make online shopping faster. This technology provides customers with faster, more convenient and secure transactions at places such as sports stadiums so customers can skip lines altogether.
With a highly banked population and a reputation around the world for being fiscally responsible, a new survey reveals that many Canadian consumers face challenges with the current ways they manage their finances, budget and pay for goods. As a result, Canadians from coast to coast are considering new financial tools to help them solve these problems and take control of their financial lives.
Pierre Omidya who founded eBay as a sole proprietorship in September 1995 remains on eBay’s Board following their divorce with PayPal. He has been a director and Chairman of the Board since eBay’s incorporation in May 1996.