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Former Citigroup, IBM execs join software firm’s board

ACI Worldwide officials say they found new directors following a thorough search.

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Courtesy. Charles “Charlie” Bobrinskoy.
Courtesy. Charles “Charlie” Bobrinskoy.
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NAPLES — Digital software firm ACI Worldwide ha named a pair of new independent directors: Charles “Charlie” Bobrinskoy and Didier Lamouche.

Bobrinskoy is vice chairman and the head of investment group/portfolio manager of Ariel Investments LLC, an investment firm with over $13 billion in assets under management, according to a statement. He has more than 30 years of leadership experience with public equity and global financial institutions, the release adds. Prior to Ariel Investments, Mr. Bobrinskoy held positions of increasing responsibility at Citigroup, Inc. and its predecessor Salomon Brothers.

Courtesy. Didier Lamouche is one of two new board members at Naples-based ACI Worldwide.
Courtesy. Didier Lamouche is one of two new board members at Naples-based ACI Worldwide.

Lamouche, the former president and CEO of Oberthur Technologies Group SAS (now IDEMIA France), has more than 35 years of global operational and sales management experience in technology sector, the release states. He’s previously worked for ST-Microelectronics and Bull SA, and spent the majority of his early career with IBM.

“We are delighted to add two highly accomplished and knowledgeable directors following a thorough search process that included input from an independent search firm,” ACI Worldwide Chairman David Poe says in the statement. “Charlie and Didier each bring skills, experiences and insights that will strengthen our position as the payments provider of choice leading digital transformation globally.

ACI Worldwide powers digital payments  for more than 6,000 organizations around, and more than 1,000 of the largest financial institutions and intermediaries, as well as thousands of global merchants, rely on ACI to execute $14 trillion each day in payments and securities. The company had $1.05 billion in revenue in 2019.




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