James Davlouros, MasterCard Worldwide
Consult Hyperion, 09/05/2012
James Davlouros is VP Mobile Business Development (Europe) for Mastercard Worldwide, where he is responsible for NFC programmes across Europe. He joined MasterCard in 2007 with more than a decade's experience in obanking and financial experience after a decade researching as a computer scientist. Prior to his current role, he headed the Professional Services/Product Specialists team at VeriFone Europe and the European mobile team at Brokat and First Data. He was responsible for the deployment of many regional as well as global mobile and financial products and services..
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