October 2004
Bank Technology News;Oct2004, Vol. 17 Issue 10, p20
Trade Publication
The article provides information on the recent appointment and promotions of executives in banking industry in the United States. John Von Stein joins the Options Clearing Corp. as chief investment officer. Fiserv Inc. names Michael Gantt as president of the Fiserv Bank Systems & eProducts Group. Diebold Election Systems appoints Wayne Irvin as compliance officer. SAS appoints Tony Thomas principal fraud consultant for the British risk-management practice. Comdata Corp. names Andrew Park senior vice-president of product services and strategic planning. Bottomline Technologies promotes CEO Rob Eberie as president and vice-president treasurer Kevin Donovan as CEO.


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