CardWeb.com’s CardData database of Company Profiles today features F-Secure.
iPatientCare, Inc., a pioneer in mHealth, cloud-based ambulatory EHR and integrated practice management solutions, is integrating PatientPay’s innovative healthcare billing solutions with iPatientCare Application.
CardWeb.com’s CardData database of Company Profiles today features India’s Ezetap, a specialist in payments platforms.
eBay continues to rejigger the upstair suits as it prepares for the separation of eBay and PayPal into independent publicly traded companies in the second half of 2015.
San Francisco-based DocuSign has ankled a former Visa SVP to become head of global financial planning and analysis (FP&A).
Samir Salvi joins DocuSign following seven years at VISA.
NY-based iPayment added four new members to its Board, including David R. Hughes, Marshall J. Lux, Michael P. Monaco and Brian V. Mooney
2C2P payment services provider and Myanmar Citizens Bank launched the Citizen Card, a reloadable prepaid card accepted by MasterCard merchants globally. Supply of the Citizen’s Card will be limited to 5,000 units. Citizen Card can be obtained at any MCB branch in Myanmar. It is also available via the MCB website by filling out an online form. Cardholders will enjoy special benefits with merchant partners, in addition to waived sign-up fees. Existing cardholders can add value to their Citizen Card at any MCB outlet, with more top up options rolling out in 2015. According to McKinsey & Co, Myanmar is expected to quadruple the size of its economy from US$45 billion to over US$200 billion by 2030, with per capita GDP rising from US$1,300 in 2010 to $5,100 by 2030.
The 2013 Federal Reserve Payments Study Detailed Report provides new information on the payments landscape including updated results on the intensity of card use by consumers and businesses; further discussion of previously released information on third-party payments fraud; new estimates of over-the-counter cash withdrawals and deposits at bank branches and wire transfers made by businesses and consumers; and discussion of emerging and alternative payments likely to replace traditional payments such as cash and checks.
Capital One Bank announced the appointment of Jim Gifas as Senior Vice President and Head of Treasury Management’s Product Management & Innovation Group. Gifas will lead all aspects of product management and development functions, including industry and segment strategies. Prior to joining Capital One Bank, Gifas served as Head of Treasury Solutions for RBS Citizens Bank, where he drove value for corporate clients through cash management, credit card, trade finance, and foreign exchange payment solutions. Gifas is an active member of the Payco Board of Directors for The Clearing House and the Corporate Executive Board for the Treasury Management Executive Circle. He has recently spoken at the 2013 Mobey Forum and the 2012 McKinsey & Co. Cash Management Forum on the topics of corporate mobile banking and improving the customer experience, respectively. He holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from Iona College.
VeriFone nominated former Sun Microsystems CEO Jonathan I. Schwartz as a board member at the company’s 2014 Annual Meeting of Stockholders scheduled for June 17, 2014. Additionally, the company announced that both Dr. Leslie Denend, a board member and current board chairman, and board member Jeff Stiefler, will not stand for re-election. If elected, current board member Alex W. (Pete) Hart will assume the role of board chairman. Schwartz has broad technology expertise, and brings extensive operational and strategic experience as a chief executive officer to the VeriFone board. He is currently president and CEO of CareZone, Inc., a mobile application for family caregivers, which he co-founded in 2010.
VeriFone Systems announced that Richard A. McGinn will leave the board and be replaced by long-time retail and consumer financial services veteran Jane J. Thompson, effective immediately. Thompson has successfully led multi-billion dollar organizations in the financial services, home services, retail, and ecommerce industries. She served at the executive level of Fortune 50 organizations for more than two decades. Most recently, as a strategic consultant, Thompson helped drive strategy and growth for large corporations as well as small, fast-growth businesses. She is the former president of Walmart Financial Services and former executive vice president of Sears Credit and Home Services. Thompson has also served as partner at McKinsey & Co., and in brand management and marketing at Procter & Gamble. She is a member of the board for The Fresh Market and former board member of ConAgra Foods.
MasterCard announced that it has appointed Anna Yip as head of Hong Kong and Macau. Yip brings years of experience in the financial services industry in Hong Kong, Greater China and Southeast Asia. She will be responsible for developing strategy for the local market and forging close business alliances with customer financial institutions, while developing and promoting MasterCard products and services in line with market demands. Yip joined MasterCard in 2013 as head of Greater China, MasterCard Advisors, the professional services arm of MasterCard which provides proprietary analysis and solutions. Based in Hong Kong, she was responsible for the operation and growth of the business in the Greater China region Yip was previously the managing director for Corporate Planning and International Strategy at United Overseas Bank in Singapore and a partner with McKinsey & Company in Greater China.