Charlie Scharf has this week announced his resignation from the post of Visa's chief executive officer. It come into effect on December 1st 2016.
Alexander Filshie, a mentor to ICAEW's Financial Talent Executive Network, handed the newly created CFO role at Worldfirst
The personal finance startup has added another banking heavyweight to its board of directors, raising $5m in the process.
The payments processing startup has moved quickly to allay concerns over its CEO's ability to run two multi-billion companies by adding heavyweight financial experience to the company leadership.
Visa has hired former Acting US Trade Representative Demetrios Marantis from Square as senior vice president, Global Government Relations.
After narrowly missing out on acquiring British processor Worldpay last month, French transaction company Ingenico Group is focussing on its own payment services with the appointment of Pierre-Antoine Vacheron as EVP ePayments.
Twitter has officially unveiled co-founder Jack Dorsey as the social network's permanent chief executive, meaning the 38-year-old is now running both Twitter and payment processor Square.
Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, an energy-focused international law firm, has appointed cryptocurrency veteran Patrick Murck as special counsel in its Washington DC office.
Following last week's CFTC ruling classing Bitcoin as a commodity, LedgerX, an institutional platform for trading and clearing bitcoin options, has moved swiftly to familiarise itself with the relevant legislation by appointing former CFTC commissioner Mark Wetjen to its board of directors.
Ted Chayney, a payments veteran with more than 15 years’ experience within the sector, has joined cloud-based solutions firm Payveris as svp, Strategic Alliances. Chayney is looking to expand the group’s partnership channels and advance its alliance strategy.