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Contis Group names Neil Delaney chief commercial officer

03 January 2017  |  2113 views  |  0 Source: Contis Group

Contis Group appoints new CCO to drive growth.

Neil has a long history and proven track record in the payments and technology sectors, previously holding senior positions for companies such as Payzone, PayPoint, Gunnebo Group and Cybertill. Neil is a Business Management graduate with over 15 years financial services experience, proven in building and leading commercial Sales and Marketing teams whilst establishing and maintaining strong client relationships.

Peter Cox, Executive Chairman and Founder, says “We are delighted to welcome Neil Delaney to Contis Group as our new CCO. With Neil’s specialist knowledge and experience, he will fully complement our quest for continuous growth and scale within the global banking and payment space.”

He continues; “Contis has been growing extensively over the past few years by which it has introduced innovative technologies and processes. With the advent of our latest development, ‘Agency Banking’, Contis has further enhanced it’s wide-ranging suite of award-winning products and services. I, my fellow management and shareholders welcome this appointment and are looking forward to working with him in these exciting times.” 

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