Michel Léger EVP Innovation / Ingenico Group

Michel has over 25 years of international experience in electronic payments.

Michel Léger (1960) was appointed EVP Innovation in January 2015. He joined the Group in 2010 to take over management of the company’s EMEA segment and became EVP Marketing & Global Sales in 2013. He began his career with Schlumberger in 1985 where he was in charge of sales and marketing for the North American market. In 2003 he was named General Manager of the Payment Terminal Division for Axalto (ex Schlumberger) and held a similar position at Gemalto until 2009. He also helped develop Gemalto’s e-payment market on a global scale.

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Mike Goodenough General Manager for EMEA, Ingenico ePayments

Mike Goodenough is General Manager for EMEA, responsible for the strategy and execution of the EMEA growth plan. He has extensive experience working in payments and has held senior management roles throughout his career. Most recently, Mike headed the Global Partnerships and Alliances team for Ingenico ePayments responsible for optimizing global relationships with partners such as large acquiring banks, card schemes and global alternative payment providers.

He is involved in Ingenico’s strategic growth initiatives and has more than 20 years of experience working in Global e-Commerce. Mike is a charismatic leader who enjoys working on complex projects and is well-known within the industry as a payments expert.

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Nathan Salisbury General Manager, Asia Pacific / Ingenico ePayments

Nathan Salisbury is General Manager, Asia Pacific of Ingenico ePayments, overseeing the management, strategy and growth of the company’s Asia Pacific operations. Previously, he was Regional Sales Director of Asia Pacific where he was responsible for the new business expansion, sales strategy, execution and further growth of the global online and mobile payment services for merchants in the region.

With a 10 year track record in the payments industry, Salisbury and his team have enabled hundreds of merchants across multiple vertical industries to scale up their overseas business by optimizing online payment acceptance. Before moving to Asia, he oversaw business development for large volume international e-commerce merchants in the EMEA region and is a subject matter expert in the Digital Goods and Video Gaming industry.

Prior to Ingenico, Salisbury held sales and management positions in eCommerce and Fintech, and has worked in Europe, Australia, Asia and the US.

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Neil Dsouza Country Manager, SEA, Japan & Australasia, Ingenico ePayments

Neil Dsouza is Country Manager, SEA, Japan & Australasia at Ingenico ePayments, responsible for business strategy development, merchant portfolio management, and product and operational optimization in the regions he oversees.

Neil has nearly 20 years of management experience in sales and operations across a number of verticals including financial services, travel, business processing operations and payments. He joined Ingenico in 2014 as Regional Head of Sales in South East Asia (SEA) and SA (South Asia) and has since built a new business stream for the organization servicing the hospitality sector. Over the past three years, Neil has helped renowned hotel groups including Shangri-La Hotel Group, Millennium Hotels and Resorts, Minor Hotel Group and Banyan Tree to enhance their PCI compliance, optimize their online payment experience and drive more direct booking revenue.

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Nick Adams Head of Business Development / Enterprise Retail at Ingenico Group

At Ingenico Enterprise Retail, Nick and his team are responsible for creating exceptional multi-channel commerce experiences for retail and hospitality businesses across Europe. A strategic thinker, he can generate and execute ideas on his feet and brings a range of specialisms to his role, including mobile/digital commerce and payment services.

Nick has proven skills in sales and marketing leadership and technology operations executive-level experience & success across a diversity of markets and geographies.

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Nick Tubb Vice President, Commercial Affairs for Ingenico ePayments

Nick Tubb is Vice President, Commercial Affairs for Ingenico ePayments, responsible for global sales and commercial strategy within our online and mobile payments division.

As an experienced veteran of the payments industry, Tubb most recently spent two years as General Manager, Asia Pacific for the company, responsible for the region’s business results, and prior to that established and ran the company’s Professional Services group from its Amsterdam headquarters. He joined Ingenico ePayments (formerly Global Collect) in 2012, and oversaw the creation of the technical sales and consultancy groups who provide value-add services, functional consultancy and industry expertise to the global client base. Prior to his tenure at Ingenico ePayments he enjoyed a 13-year career in non-bank foreign exchange, leading business acquisition and growth teams in Europe, the US and Australia.

Tubb holds a Bachelor of Arts, Modern Languages from Southampton Solent University.

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