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01.18.17

Ramirez to Resign as FTC Head

Federal Trade Commission Chair Edith Ramirez will resign from the agency, effective Feb. 10, 2017. Ramirez became Chair in March 2013 and has served as an FTC commissioner since April 2010, following her appointment by President Obama.

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01.11.17

People on the Move: Andrew Buckley, Mastercard

Andrew Buckley has been named executive vice president, global prepaid solutions at Mastercard.

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01.11.17

People on the Move: Steve Streit, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco

The Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco has appointed Green Dot Corp. founder and CEO Steve Streit to its Los Angeles Branch board of directors for a three-year term, beginning Jan. 1, 2017.

01.11.17

People on the Move: Dhiraj Sharda, Airtel Payments Bank

Airtel Payments Bank has appointed Dhiraj Sharda as its new chief digital officer ahead of the full launch of the digital banking service throughout India

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01.11.17

People on the Move: Neil Delaney, Contis Group

E-money and payment solutions provider Contis Group has named Neil Delaney as chief commercial officer.

01.11.17

People on the Move: Jay Lerner, FDIC Inspector General

Jay Lerner has been sworn in as the inspector general of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC).

01.11.17

People on the Move: GlobalPlatform, 2017 Board of Directors

GlobalPlatform, an association which standardizes the management of applications on secure chip technology, has announced its board of directors for fiscal year 2017.

01.11.17

People on the Move: Mastercard, Asia-Pacific Leadership

Mastercard has announced three new leadership appointments for its global products and solutions team in Asia-Pacific, based in Singapore.

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01.11.17

People on the Move: Corey Besaw, Ubiquity Global Services

Corey Besaw has been appointed senior vice president of innovation for Ubiquity Global Services, a multinational services organization offering solutions for the financial services and payments space.

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01.09.17

CFPB Fills Leadership Roles amid Uncertain Future

Ahead of what could be some big changes for the CFPB during the incoming Trump administration, the agency has announced new appointments to several leadership positions.

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