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Debitsuccess appoints new Head of Group Compliance

Debitsuccess appoints new Head of Group Compliance

Debitsuccess, Australasia’s leading payment solution company, has appointed Mr Brian Garrity to the role of Head of Group Compliance.

Mr Garrity has more than nine years’ legal experience, including four years with Russell McVeagh. He has also spent over five years working in investment organisations including Westpac and ASB. Mr Garrity studied Law at the University of Auckland and was admitted as a Barrister and Solicitor of the High Court of New Zealand in 2000.

Debitsuccess’ Chief Executive Officer, Craig Marshall, says Mr Garrity’s comprehensive experience in compliance matters will stand the company in good stead as it continues to expand the business into new industries and regions.

“Compliance issues continue to be crucial for our industry, particularly the requirements of the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS), a global benchmark,” says Mr Marshall. “We are looking forward to Brian spearheading our ongoing commitment to the highest levels of compliance with all areas of customer data security and industry standards.”

Debitsuccess, part of Transaction Services Limited, has been providing billing services for Australian businesses since 2002 and New Zealand since 1994. It is now Australasia’s largest provider of end-to-end management of recurring payments via direct debit, servicing a wide range of industries.

Debitsuccess has offices across Australia and New Zealand and employs over 180 people Last year saw Debitsuccess acquire United Kingdom-based debit billing provider DFC (www.debitfinance.co.uk), which has significantly expanded the company’s international operations capability.

For more information about Debitsuccess, visit www.debitsuccess.co.nz

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