More NewsWright Express Names Gareth Gumbley as EVP Wright Express International

Wright Express Names Gareth Gumbley as EVP Wright Express International

Wright Express, a provider of business payment processing and information management solutions, has appointed Gareth Gumbley as executive vice president (EVP), Wright Express International. In this new role, Gumbley will be responsible for the company’s international operations and the execution of its global expansion strategy. This will include the continued development and deployment of the company’s robust payment processing platform for the global fuel card market and identifying key acquisitions and alliances for growth outside of North America.

Prior to joining Wright Express, Gumbley was chief executive officer (CEO) of the epay division, and senior vice president (SVP) and officer of Euronet Worldwide. His responsibilities included the strategy and operational development of the epay division, including acquisitions in existing and emerging markets. He also served as managing director of epay Australia, New Zealand and India (a Euronet Worldwide company). Gumbley started his career at News Corporation leading multiple start-ups in the payments and telecommunications industries.

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