TSYS has appointed Bulent Senver as business development director for its entry into the Turkish payments market. Senver brings more than 25 years experience and extensive knowledge of the Turkish banking and card payments industry. He has worked with more than 20 Turkish and foreign banks in an advisory role as a management consultant and as a senior executive in the bank environment, a position in which he was named ‘Banker of the Year’ by the Turkish Press Institution.
Kelley Knutson, executive vice president of Global Services for TSYS, said, “TSYS is very pleased to welcome Bulent as Business Development Director for Turkey. He has helped achieve many milestones in his respective market, including the first photo credit card, the first soccer club debit card and the first telephone banking system. He has in-depth knowledge of the payments industry and local market requirements, and embodies the service excellence and integrity associated with the TSYS brand.”
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