Updating the market, London-listed digital payments provider SafeCharge has announced that it has undertaken a number of changes to its senior executive team.
The company has confirmed that Tsach Einav will retake his former position as Group Chief Financial Officer (CFO). Einav who until recently served as General Manager for SafeCharge Israel operations, will further join the company’s board this September.
Updating corporate stakeholders, David Avgi, CEO of SafeCharge, commented on the update: “I am delighted that Tsach has been appointed as group chief financial officer; he is an ideal appointment as he comes to the role with an in-depth understanding of the enlarged SafeCharge business and its management.
“In what is set to be a transformational year for SafeCharge, Tsach’s breadth of experience and strong financial expertise will be invaluable to us, particularly in relation to financial oversight and corporate governance.”
Avgi would further detail the executive appointments of Delphine Bos as Vice-President marketing and Jean Beaubois as Head of Investor Relations.
Bos will takeover marketing leadership initative joining from global payment firm EMS Card. A seasoned analyst Beaubois joins the payment technology firm having served as Senior Technology lead for Berenberg Bank.
“I would like to welcome Jean and Delphine to SafeCharge’s management team; they bring a wealth of experience and knowledge that will be invaluable to the company,” Avgi commented on the appointments of Bos and Beaubois
“SafeCharge is committed to actively communicating with the investment and analyst community, as well as with potential clients, and I look forward to working closely with Jean and Delphine to enhance this.”