ACI Worldwide has announced the appointment of Bernard Delahaye as vice president, strategy and planning for EMEA. Delahaye brings 24 years’ expertise in expanding global activities of financial technology companies providing banking systems and payment infrastructure to the financial services and retail sectors.
Bernard Delahaye’s previous roles include European general management positions at BIS Banking Systems (now Misys) and international director roles at VeriFone with responsibilities for EMEA, Asia, and Latin America. Building on his experience at the forefront of international business, he also advised other leading financial technology companies in the development of their EMEA activities – from strategic plans to go-to-market implementations, alliances, and mergers and acquisitions. He most recently served as a director at First Data in its EMEA merchant acquiring business.
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