The Euronext-listed payments giant, Worldline announced today that it has nominated Gregory Lambertie as the new Group Chief Financial Officer. Lambertie will succeed Eric Heurtaux who has decided to leave the company.

The newly nominated Chief Financial Officer will take up his duties on 16 May 2022. Worldline noted that Heurtaux has strengthened Worldline’s finance function over the past 6 years. The details shared by Worldline mentioned that the handover between Heurtaux and Lambertie has already been duly prepared and will last until Heurtaux’s departure.

Lambertie has been a part of Worldline’s executive committee since the finalization of the acquisition of Ingenico in November 2020.

“I would like to warmly thank Eric for his instrumental contribution over the past six years to the remarkable development of Worldline, and I wish him every success in his future endeavors. I am delighted to welcome Grégory to this key leadership position in the company. His large experience in the payment industry, in-depth financial skills and direct involvement over the past seven years in all transformative acquisitions made by Ingenico and more recently by Worldline will be key assets in supporting Worldline’s growth trajectory, M&A and integration roadmaps, as well as operational efficiency,” Gilles Grapinet, the CEO of Worldline, commented.

In February 2022, Worldline expanded its payment offering for global merchants. The company recently acquired a majority stake in ANZ’s acquiring business.

Lambertie’s Profile

The newly nominated Group CFO joined Ingenico in 2015. Until November 2020, Lambertie served as SVP of Strategy and M&A at Ingenico. He has broad experience in corporate finance.

“Grégory started his career within the Audit Department of Ernst and Young in Paris, before joining the M&A department of Lehman Brothers in London in 2001. In 2007, he joined Trilantic Europe, the private equity fund, as Principal in charge of deals in the industrial and healthcare services sectors,” Worldline added.

The Euronext-listed payments giant, Worldline announced today that it has nominated Gregory Lambertie as the new Group Chief Financial Officer. Lambertie will succeed Eric Heurtaux who has decided to leave the company.

The newly nominated Chief Financial Officer will take up his duties on 16 May 2022. Worldline noted that Heurtaux has strengthened Worldline’s finance function over the past 6 years. The details shared by Worldline mentioned that the handover between Heurtaux and Lambertie has already been duly prepared and will last until Heurtaux’s departure.

Lambertie has been a part of Worldline’s executive committee since the finalization of the acquisition of Ingenico in November 2020.

“I would like to warmly thank Eric for his instrumental contribution over the past six years to the remarkable development of Worldline, and I wish him every success in his future endeavors. I am delighted to welcome Grégory to this key leadership position in the company. His large experience in the payment industry, in-depth financial skills and direct involvement over the past seven years in all transformative acquisitions made by Ingenico and more recently by Worldline will be key assets in supporting Worldline’s growth trajectory, M&A and integration roadmaps, as well as operational efficiency,” Gilles Grapinet, the CEO of Worldline, commented.

In February 2022, Worldline expanded its payment offering for global merchants. The company recently acquired a majority stake in ANZ’s acquiring business.

Lambertie’s Profile

The newly nominated Group CFO joined Ingenico in 2015. Until November 2020, Lambertie served as SVP of Strategy and M&A at Ingenico. He has broad experience in corporate finance.

“Grégory started his career within the Audit Department of Ernst and Young in Paris, before joining the M&A department of Lehman Brothers in London in 2001. In 2007, he joined Trilantic Europe, the private equity fund, as Principal in charge of deals in the industrial and healthcare services sectors,” Worldline added.