SafeCharge details senior management changes

6 September 2017

SafeCharge has announced a series of changes to its senior management team, including confirmation of Tsach Einav returning to the position of group chief financial officer.

In July, SafeCharge said Einav was to replace Tim Mickley in the role and also join its board from September 1, and has now confirmed that the transition of power has been completed.

Einav joined SafeCharge as chief financial officer in 2006, but has most recently been serving as general manager of the SafeCharge subsidiary in Israel.

David Avgi, chief executive of SafeCharge, said: “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.”

Meanwhile, SafeCharge has also confirmed the appointment of Delphine Bos as vice-president marketing and Jean Beaubois as head of investor relations.

Bos joins from Adyen, where she was serving as head of global marketing, prior to which she had spells with EMS Card and GlobalCollect.

Beaubois takes on his new role at SafeCharge after spending time as a senior technology analyst at Berenberg Bank, following a spell with Morgan Stanley.

Avgi added: “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.

“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.”

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