Payments services and technologies provider SafeCharge International Group Ltd (LON:SCH) has announced that it has appointed Delphine Bos as VP Marketing and Jean Beaubois as Head of Investor Relations, with immediate effect.
The company also confirmed that Tsach Einav has been appointed as Group Chief Financial Officer effective from September 1, 2017, which we had reported back in June.
Delphine Bos has over 15 years experience in marketing payments technologies and joins SafeCharge from Adyen, where she was Head of Global Marketing. Previously Delphine worked at EMS Card, a First Data Corp (NYSE:FDC) company, and at GlobalCollect, where she led marketing activities. In her new role, Delphine will drive the company’s strategic and operational marketing.
Jean Beaubois has over 15 years experience in global capital markets and joins the Company from Berenberg Bank where he was Senior Technology Analyst. Previously, Jean worked at Morgan Stanley (NYSE:MS), where he was Global Equity Portfolio Manager and Small Cap Analyst. Jean will work closely with SafeCharge’s executive management and external investor and analyst audiences to continue to build a better understanding of the Group and its investment case.
Commenting on the appointments, David Avgi, CEO of SafeCharge, said:
I would like to welcome Jean and Delphine to SafeCharge’s management team. They bring a wealth of experience and knowledge that will be invaluable to the Company. SafeCharge is committed to actively communicating with the investment and analyst community, as well as with potential clients, and I look forward to working closely with Jean and Delphine to enhance this.
I am delighted that Tsach has been appointed as Group Chief Financial Officer. He is an ideal appointment as he comes to the role with an in-depth understanding of the enlarged SafeCharge business and its management. In what is set to be a transformational year for SafeCharge, Tsach’s breadth of experience and strong financial expertise will be invaluable to us, particularly in relation to financial oversight and corporate governance. Tsach’s appointment puts us in a strong position to continue to take the business forward.