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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.
London-based Worldpay has ankled Sir Michael Rake to become Non-Executive Chairman on September 1. Sir Mike brings a wealth of experience to Worldpay, having spent 30 years at KPMG where he was Senior Partner at KPMG UK, as well as Chairman of KPMG International.
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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.
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Glen Moreno was appointed as Chairman Designate of Virgin Money and will join the Board as an Independent Non-Executive Director and Chairman Designate. Glen Moreno is presently Chairman of Pearson PLC and a Non-Executive Director of Fidelity International Limited. He has more than four decades experience in business and finance. His earlier positions include serving as Deputy Chairman of The Financial Reporting Council, Senior Independent Director at Lloyds Banking Group plc, Senior Independent Director of Man Group plc and Acting Chairman of UK Financial Investments Limited, the company set up by HM Treasury to manage the government’s shareholdings in UK banks.
The Payments Council (15 July 2014) announces the appointment of three new independent directors to its Board. Sarah Chambers, Christine Farnish CBE and Robert Lerwill bring a wide range of experience in consumer policy, financial services and regulation to the Board. They join Clare Spottiswoode CBE as one of the Board’s four independent directors. Sarah is an expert in regulation, competition and consumer policy. Christine has wide experience of financial services, public policy and regulation. Robert Lerwill is a chartered accountant. The Payments Council Board is made up of 15 voting directors, a voting independent chairman and an observer from the Bank of England. In addition to the independents, 11 directors are appointed by the industry to represent a cross section of the Payments Council membership.
Monitise made a series of updates to its executive leadership team and Board of Directors.Former Visa Inc. payments executive Elizabeth Buse has been appointed co-Chief Executive of Monitise Group, effective immediately. Elizabeth also joins the Company’s Board of Directors.Elizabeth, an American national who was a member of the Monitise Board from July 2010 to October 2012, will head Monitise’s day-to-day operations, overseeing technology, product, sales and marketing while Alastair focuses on key relationships with partners and industry stakeholders, corporate development and major shareholders. Strategy will continue to be set by the executive leadership team in conjunction with the Board. Monitise’s growing ecosystem of partners and clients includes more than 350 banks, payment services companies such as Visa Inc., Visa Europe and MasterCard as well as Vocalink, FIS and IBM. In the mobile space, Monitise’s customers include Telefónica, Samsung, PCCW Mobile, Turkcell and BlackBerry. In the retail ecosystem they include brands such as Blackhawk Network Holdings with its network of more than 500 content providers operating in the US and 18 other countries, eBay, Turkey’s Bilyoner and Biletix, Venda, B&Q, Carphone Warehouse and Premier Inn. Elizabeth’s appointment comes after she stepped down from her role running international operations at Visa Inc. in March 2014 as Executive Vice President of Solutions. She joined Visa Inc. in 1998 and during her time there held roles including Group President of Asia Pacific, Central Europe, Middle East and Africa, Global Head of Product, Executive Vice President of Product Development and Management and Executive Vice President of Emerging Markets & Technologies.
Monitise announced Tom Houghton has been appointed as a Non-Executive Director. Visa Europe’s new nominated director to the Board of Monitise, Tom heads the Core Payments division of the business. He joined Visa in 2011 as its Head of Processing, which accounts for 35% percent of the business’ overall revenue. Tom has spent a lifetime working in the payments industry, starting out in the retail sector. He worked for a major US merchant retailer running development and deployment for in-store point-of-sale systems, merchandising, inventory, and distribution applications. He then moved to electronic payments group ACI Worldwide, where he spent 21 years in a variety of roles in both North America and Europe, leading product management, product development, customer support, sales and services divisions.
Monitise appointed Steve Chambers of Visa Europe to its Board, having spent most of his career in the payments sector. As Chief Information Officer at Visa Europe, Steve has been responsible for Visa Europe’s processing business which means regional data centres and business operations, enterprise architecture, technology and systems build, all change management and Visa Europe’s processing centre of excellence. Steve joined Visa in 2005 and managed the delivery of the Visa Europe authorisation service in 2006 as the first step in the creation of a European payments platform. At the same time he built the organisation and infrastructure needed to complete this journey and deliver best in class services to the Visa Europe world. Prior to joining Visa, Steve worked for ACI, First Data Merchant Services and EDS.
Intelligent Environments announced the appointment of former PayPal executive, Deborah Davis, to the role of non-executive director to provide strategic oversight and help drive an increasing number of major partnerships. Bringing more than 25 years of technology experience with 14 years in vice president roles at PayPal, eBay, Verizon Business and Symantec, Deborah will provide strategic direction and operational insight to drive forward Intelligent Environment’s aggressive international expansion plans, helping determine the strategic road map and new market entry for 2014 and beyond. She ran PayPal’s internal global credit and fraud risk teams out of 6 locations covering merchants and consumers in all of PayPal’s markets.