Ingenico has appointed Craig Doyle to the position of managing director, Northern Europe & Australia. He succeeds Nick Parsons, who will pursue his career outside the Group.
Previously EVP, Doyle will remain in charge of global acquirer business line and will continue to develop relationships on a worldwide basis with acquirers, processors, payment service providers (PSP) and the introduction of new value propositions based on managed services solutions to these channels.
Doyle joined Ingenico UK in 2003 in the sales arena, which eventually culminated in him being promoted to the sales & marketing director for the region at the start of 2007. During this period he also had responsibility for the banking/acquiring channel within the region. Craig joined the new transaction management services division as head of global sales in October 2008.
Doyle began his career in the banking sector in South Africa, where he held positions in business development between 1999 and 2003.
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