RS2 Software has announced two senior appointments within its subsidiary, RS2 Smart Processing.
Patrick Gauci has been named General Manager, while Timothy Moscow was appointed Chief Operations Officer.
Patrick has more than 25 years of experience in leading roles in Card Payments, Operations, Risk and Fraud Management. He served, amongst others, as Head of Disputes and Fraud for HSBC Bank Malta plc and led many initiatives to introduce new policies and technologies to minimise risk and build a secure payment framework.
Patrick joined RS2 in 2012 and, according to the company, was one of the main catalysts in laying out the operational foundations of RS2 Managed Services and as the Head of Operations launched the RS2 Payments as a Service and successfully integrated many clients globally (APAC, EMEA & LATAM).
As General Manager of RS2 Smart Processing Patrick will now be responsible to drive growth globally in line with RS2 Corporate strategy and values.
Timothy was described as an “experienced and successful business leader” having previously held senior leadership roles across varied sectors for nearly 20 years. He “has a proven track record of success having either established, managed or grown businesses globally with multinational locations”.
Timothy joined RS2 in 2021 within change management, and quickly progressed to Head of Business Transformation. During his tenure with RS2, he has implemented transformational programs that have delivered operational success on a global scale. As Chief Operating Officer for RS2 Smart Processing, Timothy will now be responsible to drive and deliver RS2 Smart Processing’s strategy in all regions.
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