North American Bancard Touts New Vice President of Operations

One of the nation’s largest and most respected names in mobile payments and credit card processing, North American Bancard , has just announced the appointment of Geoffrey Stocki to serve as NAB’s new Vice President of Operations. Stocki joins the ranks of North American Bancard effective immediately, we’re told, and will “work closely with the …   Read More

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North American Bancard Touts New Vice President of OperationsOne of the nation’s largest and most respected names in mobile payments and credit card processing, North American Bancard , has just announced the appointment of Geoffrey Stocki to serve as NAB’s new Vice President of Operations.

Stocki joins the ranks of North American Bancard effective immediately, we’re told, and will “work closely with the existing team to drive operational efficiencies for the company during this period of expansion.”

With experienced leadership driving new operational efficiencies for the already successful brand, North American Bancard can expect to see remarkable growth as the payment industry explodes in the coming years.

Stocki’s resume is an impressive one for sure. A veteran executive with deep expertise in North American Bancard’s core business areas, Stocki joins NAB having previously served in an executive capacity for Automotive Credit Corporation.

Prior to that role, Stocki spent three years at Capital One Financial, where he started as Underwriting Manager before ascending the ladder to land as Vice President of Branch Operations.

“Geoffrey brings North American Bancard his proven track record from two decades of service in the consumer lending, credit decisioning and risk management sectors,” says Marc Gardner, Founder and CEO of NAB. “Geoffrey’s extensive experience brings an invaluable skill set to the executive team and we look forward to his fresh outlook to inform our implementation of new processes and technologies that will continue NAB’s extraordinary recent growth.”

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