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Anderson Zaks' Iain High elected to EPSM board

17 July 2013  |  2347 views  |  0 Source: Anderson Zaks

Iain High, CEO of Anderson Zaks a leading Omni-channel Payment Service Provider (PSP) based in the UK, was elected on the proposal of the board as additional EPSM board member during the recent Annual General Meeting of EPSM, a specialized European payment provider association.

"We are very glad that Iain will strengthen the cross-European board structure of the EPSM" says Nicolas Adolph, chairman of the EPSM. The other four board members are from Germany (Nicolas Adolph from InterCard, Georg Riepe from Ages), Austria (Robert Komatz from Paylife) and Greece (Tony Sillopoulos from EDPS).

Iain High commented; "At Anderson Zaks we are committed to providing our clients with choice, particularly when it comes to cross-border payments. EPSM promotes interaction and sharing of information within the payment services community, which ultimately helps us to provide a better service to our merchants. I am delighted to be joining as an EPSM board member and look forward help promote the interests of both merchants and payment service providers." 

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