Dave Janse Vice President Foreign Exchange and Multi-Currency Processing, Ingenico ePayments

In his role as Vice President Foreign Exchange and Multi-Currency Processing, Dave is responsible for Ingenico ePayments’ foreign exchange business unit, supporting e-Commerce partners with all aspects of multicurrency processing, foreign exchange pricing,  localization and growth strategies. His aim is to simplify the processes and risks associated with currency conversion and provide merchants with pan-industry best practice advice on localization and currency remittances to increase their global business.

Dave joined Ingenico ePayments (formerly Global Collect) as Head of FX EMEA in 2013. Prior to joining Global Collect, Dave was Head of Sales for GWK Travelex, responsible for all B2B services including FX and payment solutions. In this role, he also managed an agent branch network of 115 locations that provided cross-border money transfers and cash to bank payment solutions. After voluntary military service developed a successful career in various international sales and new business development roles.

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Eric Liebman Global Head of Travel, Ingenico ePayments

Eric Liebman leads the Travel vertical for Ingenico ePayments and helps travel companies optimize their international payment capabilities. He brings more than 25 years of travel experience gained across several countries and continents.

Eric began his travel career working with Continental Airlines in Florida, then made the jump to the hotel industry as Sales and Marketing Director at Marriott in the Caribbean. Following that, Eric spent the next 20 years in Asia Pacific as a senior travel Industry executive, holding a host of regional and global roles with International hotel groups such as Starwood, Regal Hotels and Millennium Hotels. Later he held a position of Vice President - Asia Pacific at Pegasus, where he helped look after a portfolio of more than 1,500 hotels, 9 call centers and a range of operational offices throughout the region. Eric also worked at IBM’s Business Consulting Group as a Senior Managing Consultant based in Singapore where he helped Airlines and Hotel Groups grow and enhance their customer experiences.

In 2014, Eric and his family returned to the USA and joined Elavon as the Vice President, Global Head of Payment Strategy for their Hospitality vertical, responsible for the Strategy and Product Development of Elavon’s Hospitality sector throughout North America, Caribbean and Europe. He joined Ingenico ePayments to head up the Travel vertical in March 2019 and is responsible for the development of a cohesive strategy for their diverse and extensive Travel customer base.

Eric graduated from the prestigious Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and speaks English, French and Mandarin Chinese.

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Gabriel de Montessus SVP, Global Online (Retail Business Unit) of Ingenico Group

Gabriel de Montessus was appointed SVP, Global Online (Retail Business Unit) of Ingenico Group in January 2018. Gabriel has a broad experience in technology and digital industries.

Gabriel's digital career started in 2000 with the launch of www.toluna.com, a digital insights company, with around 30 million consumers participating in fully automated and real time online panels.

In 2004, he headed to the USA as investment manager, to oversee the North American tech fund of VPSA in Palo Alto. This led him to Citigroup with a specific focus on mergers and acquisitions in the TMT sector. Gabriel joined Hi-Media Group in 2007 and became COO in 2011. In 2013, he was nominated CEO of HiPay, turning it into a global provider of innovative full-service payments.

Gabriel is a graduate from Université Paris Dauphine and EM Lyon.

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Johan Been Vice President Client Operations, Ingenico ePayments

Johan is a seasoned professional in the payments industry with 25 years of experience and deep understanding of how customers’ needs have evolved over time. Johan joined Ingenico ePayments (formerly GlobalCollect) in 2013, responsible for the company’s operations and customer care strategy. In this role, he’s responsible for the Ingenico ePayments’ customer care strategy, and translating the strategy into workable, customer oriented solutions.

Prior to this, Johan was Chief Technology Officer at CCV, a leading European player in the card-present industry. During his time at Equens, Johan also held various other leadership roles in IT/Operations as well as Acquiring and Processing Services. His experience spans over the introduction of the Dutch online debit card system PIN, the Euro and later the introduction of EMV throughout Europe. Before his time at Equens, Johan also worked at Prolin and Hewlett Packard.

Johan Been holds a degree in Business Informatics from the Hogeschool voor Economische Studies in Amsterdam and he lives in Hilversum with his wife and two kids.

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Joseph Leija General Manager, North America at Ingenico ePayments

Joseph Leija is General Manager, North America at Ingenico ePayments. He has over 20 years' generating top results in the banking and electronic payments industry and has worked with many of the top 100 global eCommerce merchants, enabling them to expand their businesses internationally. Before joining Ingenico ePayments, Leija worked with Sage Payment Services, helping to expand the company’s footprint among associations and Independent Software Vendors (ISVs). Prior to that, he was a Vice President with Chase Paymentech, running a team that consulted directly with merchants and supporting their global expansions. Earlier in his career, Leija worked for First Data, where he managed the Relationship Management team supporting T&E clients. In addition, Leija developed and supported the company’s international strategy. Joe serves as a board member for Payment’s Ed. He has an MBA in Finance from Loyola University Chicago, and he currently lives in San Francisco with his family.

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Mailie Shortill Head of Sales Enablement, Ingenico ePayments

Mailie is a self-confessed payments nerd, who has been in the industry for over 10 years. She is passionate about travel and uses it as an enabler to better understand the key drivers in global commerce. At Ingenico ePayments, Mailie is Head of Sales Enablement, responsible for increasing results and productivity by providing integrated content, training, and coaching services to frontline sales managers along the entire customer’s journey. As part of her role, she manages a global team of Payment Performance Analysts, Bid Managers and Sales Support & Operational Managers, making sure that Ingenico ePayments optimizes its services and builds strong relationships with its customers. Mailie has broad experience in all aspects of payments, including product management, strategic planning and analytics, relationship management, contract negotiations and team management. Having worked with some of the biggest, multi-national corporations in the industry including Worldpay, Mastercard, and Lloyds Banking Group. Mailie knows how to connect to merchants to their end consumers, ultimately optimizing the consumer experience and increasing merchants’ bottom line. 

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