Sesami Cash Management Technologies announced new three appointments to its global leadership team.
Michael Ross takes on the role of chief financial officer, Nicolas Van Erum joins as chief marketing officer, and Soji Skariah will become managing director and global head of software.
“This highly skilled team of experienced professionals will be instrumental in transforming the global cash ecosystem, which is ripe for disruption,” said Stéphane Gonthier, CEO, Sesami. “The creativity, know-how and depth of expertise Michael, Nicolas and Soji bring to Sesami will no doubt enable us to achieve our ambitious goals to offer a tech-enabled end-to-end solution to financial institutions and consumer businesses globally through Sesami’s open, integrated and fully customizable service delivery model.”
Prior to joining Sesami, Ross was CFO of Dollarama for over a decade. Van Erum has spent the past 25 years working at some of the world’s top creative agencies, including as founder and managing partner of Sid Lee Los Angeles. Soji joins Sesami from multinational fintech company Diebold Nixdorf, where he held a number of executive leadership roles, including vice-president and head of software for Europe, Asia and Africa.
GardaWorld announced the creation of Sesami Cash Management Technologies, an independent entity of Garda World Security Corp., in February. Sesami simultaneously announced the acquisition Tidel, a Dallas-based provider of cash automation solutions, and Sweden-based Gunnebo Group’s cash management business. According to the company, the acquisition of Tidel and Gunnebo Group’s cash management business brought over 800 software, cash automation and product specialists to Sesami.
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