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Transaction Services Group appoints President for US

Transaction Services Group appoints President for United States office

Transaction Services Group (TSG), a New Zealand based leading global payment solutions provider, has announced that Michael A. Feliciano will join the company as President of Transaction Services Group United States (US).

Craig Marshall, TSG Chief Executive Officer, says the move signals an exciting and strong period of growth for the company.

“The US is a critical market for TSG’s focused growth strategy, and with his strong commercial experience and knowledge of the electronic commerce industry, Michael is well placed to spearhead this,” says Mr Marshall. “His proven track record builds the company’s capability in offshore markets and will stand us in good stead to further develop the business.”

As President of TSG US, Feliciano will work with New Zealander Shaun Quincey, Vice President of Sales, Debitsuccess USA to accelerate growth and maximise opportunities.

Feliciano brings extensive payment industry experience across multiple areas including business development, mergers and acquisitions. He has worked in several regions including the US, Canada and the Middle East, with his most recent role being Vice President and Chief Operating Officer for Alhamrani Universal Company in Saudi Arabia.

TSG is a leading global payment solutions provider comprising Debitsuccess in the US and New Zealand, Debitsuccess and FFA Paysmart in Australasia and United Kingdom based DFC and Harlands Group.

Debitsuccess specialises in collecting any day any frequency recurring payments from customers through its full service payment platform, which includes billing, customer service, following up of delinquent members, and the highest level of international data security – level 1 Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS).

Operating internationally for more than 20 years, Debitsuccess has been working with organisations in industries from fitness and SAAS to insurance and education. With its award-winning retention call center, the business creates payment solutions for customers across the world.

TSG acknowledges New Zealand Trade and Enterprise’s valuable assistance in establishing their business in the US. For more information about Debitsuccess, visit


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