Eurogiro said that Michel Stuijt had taken over the post of chief executive officer (CEO) of the cross-border payments community, with effect from 1 April 2013. He was previously general manager – market management at Equens and is well known within the payments arena, with more than 25 years of corporate banking and payment experience.
Commenting on his new role, Stuijt said: “Trend-setting processing standards and settlement arrangements, plus a unique mix of member organisations and payment experts is how Eurogiro has forged new roads in the past and I am keen to lead Eurogiro in taking this strategy to a new level, in close cooperation with members, partners and the Eurogiro team”.
Eurogiro, which has its head office in Copenhagen, Denmark and a branch in Singapore, celebrates its 20th anniversary this year. Its members comprise a range of financial institutions (FIs), including banks, post banks, other payments service providers and mobile operators.
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