London based Global Processing Services Announces Key Leadership Changes

Global Processing Services (GPS), a global payment tech platform, recently announced the promotion of Joanne Dewar to Vice Chair.

Kevin Schultz has also “been appointed as Chief Executive Officer, effective immediately.”

Joanne will “maintain her position on the GPS board, where she will focus on the group’s growth and global profile, and continue to work alongside Chair, Gene Lockhart, in a newly created Office of the Chair.”

Joanne had been CEO at GPS “for over four years and was instrumental in scaling the company and securing investment from arguably the most impressive consortium in the payments industry.”

Kevin brings “a wealth of executive leadership experience in the payments and digital banking industry to his new role as CEO, where he will primarily focus on strategy and execution.”

Most recently, Kevin “served as Fiserv’s Group President of the Digital Banking.” Prior to Fiserv, Kevin had “served as President, Global Financial Services at First Data, following nearly 16 years at Visa, where he built out the debit processing business, Visa DPS.”

Gene Lockhart, Chair, GPS, said:

“We are hugely grateful for the great work that Joanne has done at GPS. Under Joanne’s stewardship, the company has gone from strength to strength and successfully transitioned through a major new investment round, the building of a new management team and a significant transformation. In her new role as Vice Chair, she will continue to play a pivotal role in GPS’ future. With Kevin on board, our leadership team now has a unique and powerful blend of industry, market and leadership experience which will help us to accelerate the company’s growth.”

Joanne Dewar, Vice Chair, GPS, said:

“I am extremely proud of what has been achieved so far and I am very excited about my new role, which should enable me to help expand the business footprint through raising the profile and building the global network. I am also delighted to welcome Kevin, who’s impressive track record and experience will be a huge asset to the GPS business and our customers. Together with Gene, I am convinced that we have a winning combination which will accelerate the ability of GPS to reach its true potential.”

Kevin Schultz, Chief Executive Officer, GPS, said:

“It has been a transformational period for the company, and I could not be more excited to lead the company through the next phase of its development. With the experience of our leadership team and support of our investors, I am convinced that GPS will continue to deliver market leading technology and provide our customers with ever more innovative payments solutions.”

As covered, Global Processing Services (GPS) claims it is “the trusted and proven go-to payments processing partner for today’s leading fintechs, including Revolut, Curve, Starling Bank, Zilch, WeLab Bank, and Paidy.”

GPS has “issued millions of physical and virtual cards, enabled in over 48 countries, and processes billions of transactions on its API-first cloud-based platform.”

GPS’ flexible and configurable platform “places the control firmly in the hands of global fintechs, digital banks, and embedded finance providers, enabling them to deliver rich functionality to the cardholder.’

It is an issuer processor “powering next generation payment segments, including expense management, B2B payments, crypto, lending and credit (including Buy Now Pay Later (BNPL) propositions), digital banking, FX, remittance, open banking and more. GPS is certified by Visa and Mastercard to process and manage any credit, debit, or prepaid card transaction globally, with offices in London, Newcastle, Singapore, Sydney, and Dubai.”

Its platform is “equipped to meet the stringent standards required by Tier 1 banks, integrating with over 95 issuer partners and operates programmes for a global client base.”

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