Fiserv, a global provider of financial services technology solutions, announced on Monday that it has selected Lee Cameron as its managing director for its operations in Europe and the Middle East and Africa (EMEA).
Cameron was previously a senior vice president at the firm where he oversaw the company’s solution for banking and PSD2 compliance. He originally joined the company in September of last year as part of the Fiserv acquisition of Monitise plc.
In his new position, he will be responsible for the business development, sales and marketing, operations, and building customer relationships in the region. Cameron brings to the company 20 years of fintech board experience.
Cameron’s Experience Before Fiserv
During his career, Cameron has worked internationally as both an executive and non-executive in a combination of private, public and startup companies. According to his LinkedIn profile, he is a specialist in FI digital transformation, general management, business development, and strategy.
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Before working at Fiserv, as mentioned above, Cameron joined the firm from Monitise plc, a specialist in financial services technology. His latest position at the firm was the chief executive officer, a role he held for two years. He originally joined the company in October 2006 as the Chief Commercial Officer.
From 1998 until September 2006, Cameron was working at Morse, a consulting, IT services and technology company. At the company, he was General Counsel and Company Secretary. During his time working for the firm, he was based in London, United Kingdom.
Cameron first began his career in 1987 at Commerical Union, an insurance firm headquartered in Warsaw, Poland. He worked as a General Insurance Clerk for a year before moving onto NatWest as a Financial Advisor.
Between 1994 until 1997 Cameron attended the University of Westminster. Here he studied and later graduated with a Bachelor of Laws with a 2:1 grade. He has also attended The College of Law and Inns of Court School of Law.