EVO Payments Names Tom Panther as Chief Financial Officer
Mr. Panther joins EVO after working for over 19 years at
“Our business is performing well, and I’m pleased with EVO’s growth trajectory as we continue to expand our global footprint. Tom’s financial expertise and large public company experience in the financial services industry will further allow us to deliver market leading financial performance,” said
Mr. Panther succeeds
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Source: EVO Payments, Inc.