Bottomline Technologies has appointed Chris Peck as managing director of the company’s banking team for Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Peck, who has served as a member of Bottomline’s senior leadership team in Europe since 2000, has worked closely with large corporations, including many FTSE and Fortune 100 accounts, to help guide their treasury and cross-border payments strategies. As managing director of Bottomline’s banking team in Europe, he will play a role in helping the company to serve growing demand for banking products and services in the region.
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