As part of its plans to expand into the iGaming sector, online payment processor Secure Trading has hired three new executives to its senior management team.
Mark Bell has been hired as head of gaming and FX markets; Bryan Blake joins as head of gaming and FX Europe and emerging markets; and Paul Gent will take on the role of marketing director. They will report to the company’s chief commercial officer Jens Bader.
Bell joins from Worldplay, where he worked on business development for iGaming and FX markets in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA). Blake served as head of gaming for the EMEA region, and Gent, with over 20 years’ experience, has been employed with payments solutions providers such as Optimal Payments and First Data.
CCO Jens Bader, said: “Kick starting the year with a great new team is extremely exciting for Secure Trading. As a company we know we have a really valuable proposition for the gaming community and we will have more good news to share in the next few weeks that will further strengthen our service offering. As for the rest of 2015, I’m very proud to have a group of hard working and talented individuals driving our business and we look forward to the successes along the way.”
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