Global Processing Services Appoints Cameron Cox as Chief Transformation Officer

London, United Kingdom:

Global Processing Services (GPS), a leading global payment technology platform, today announced the appointment of Cameron Cox as Chief Transformation Officer (CTO). In this newly created role, Cameron will shape GPS’s strategic integrated payments business initiatives to capture new international growth opportunities. Based in London, Cameron sits on the Global Executive Committee of GPS.


Cameron has spent more than three decades helping financial services companies scale and innovate with a unique blend of cross-functional and technical expertise, in addition to business leadership to support technology-driven strategic transformation initiatives across multiple sectors, including payments, banking, technology and consulting. Prior to joining GPS, Cameron was Head of Technology Transformation and Global Chief of Staff at Worldpay.


Joanne Dewar, CEO of GPS, said: “We are delighted to welcome Cameron to our leadership team. With extensive industry experience, a proven track record of leading high-performing global teams, and a strong transformation background, Cameron is uniquely positioned to lead our global strategic transformation initiatives that will take us through the next phase of growth. accelerated as a business. ”


“I am thrilled and full of energy to take on the newly created role of Chief Transformation Officer at GPS,” said Cameron Cox, Chief Transformation Officer, GPS. “GPS is the trusted technology partner for issuer processing for global banks, fintech unicorns and fast-growing start-ups in nearly 50 countries. Which is amazing and incredible for such a young company.


“We live in a very agile and rapidly changing world today that is rapidly going digital in everything we do. GPS understands the entrepreneurial and transformational spirit of its customers who respond quickly to rapidly changing Consumer Expectations I look forward to bringing my experience from leading GPS-enabled companies as we accelerate our investments in new, forward-looking technologies and introduce GPS to more customers around the world.


In January 2022, GPS announced a major capital injection of over US$400 million, providing GPS with a group of experienced global growth investors, including Advent International – through Advent Tech and its subsidiary Sunley House Capital – Viking Global investors; Temasek, the global investment firm headquartered in Singapore; and MissionOG, a US-based growth capital firm. In March 2022, GPS announced that Mastercard had also made a strategic investment in the company.


GPS is investing heavily in its award-winning API-first payment technology platform, improving its infrastructure and diversifying its capabilities, keeping an eye on new, fast-growing verticals where adoption continues to increase, including digital banks, crypto, BNPL, open banking and cross-border payments, and expanding its international presence worldwide.





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