Nyce appoints Neil Marcous president

Source: Nyce

Nyce today announced that Neil Marcous has been named President of Nyce Payments Network, and will lead FIS' Payment Network Solutions business.

Nyce Payments Network, is a leading U.S. electronic payments network and an FISTM company. FIS is one of the world's largest providers of banking and payments technology.

Frank D'Angelo, executive vice president, FIS Payment Solutions Group, stated, "The nationwide NYCE Network is a critical component of our end-to-end, industry-leading payments strategy at FIS and continues to present tremendous growth opportunities for our organization. Neil's extensive leadership experience and vast knowledge of the payments space will help us execute on our strategic vision for NYCE. I'm confident Neil and his team will continue to drive growth and market leadership for this key business line."

"NYCE has built a strong reputation in the industry as a leading provider of electronic payments through innovative product offerings, such as SafeDebit and Mobile Financial Services, as well as its commitment to meeting clients' strategic business needs," said Neil Marcous, president of NYCE. "I'm excited about becoming part of NYCE's stellar organization and look forward to building upon its successful 25-year track record of delivering advanced payment solutions that help clients drive increased ROI."

Prior to joining FIS, Marcous was group president and chief operating officer at the BISYS Group, Inc., and was responsible for establishing its strategic direction and managing day-to-day operations. He has also held leadership positions at Automatic Data Processing (ADP) and Electronic Data Systems, Inc. (EDS), and served in key consulting roles with Armed Forces Financial Network (AFFN), Transaction Services, Inc., and Welch, Carson and Anderson.

Marcous has served as a member of the board of directors for various public and private companies, including the Electronic Funds Transfer Association (EFTA). He holds degrees in finance and economics from Bowling Green University.

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