MRC Welcomes Una Dillon as Managing Director of Europe

SEATTLE, Jan. 13, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The Merchant Risk Council has named Úna Dillon as Managing Director of Europe, in line with its continuing focus to grow its business across Europe.

Dillon will provide overall leadership of the MRC’s European operations including business development, member recruitment, program and educational development and strategic management. Based in Dublin Ireland, she reports to Danielle Nagao, CEO of the MRC.

“The MRC is thrilled to welcome Úna to our team as the Managing Director of Europe,” says Danielle Nagao, CEO. “Her advanced leadership skills and background in payment regulation, fraud prevention and financial services strategy makes her an exceptional fit for this role. She offers a wealth of industry experience that will enhance our European program operations, grow our merchant and sponsor membership development and provide a fresh perspective to our European events.”

Dillon has over 15 years of experience in financial services, payment card scheme strategy, European policy and membership associations. Her experience includes the Head of Card Services at The Irish Payment Services Organisation (IPSO), General Manager of Laser Card Services (Irish national debit card scheme), Board Director of the European ATM Security Team (EAST) and participant in numerous EPC (European Payments Council) working groups.

“I very much look forward to joining the MRC, contributing to an association dedicated to advancing merchant education, developing fraud prevention and payment initiatives and connecting professionals to mitigate risk and build online security. MRC Europe is rapidly developing and I am delighted to lead and direct European operations, strategy and initiatives for continued growth and success,” says Úna Dillon.

About the MRC:

The MRC is an unbiased global community providing a platform for eCommerce fraud and payments professionals to come together and share information. As a not-for-profit entity, the MRC’s vision is to make commerce safe and profitable everywhere by offering proprietary education, training and networking as well as a forum for timely and relevant discussions. The MRC was launched in 2000 at the start of the eCommerce boom by a small group of industry professionals from leading consumer brands, with the ultimate goal of combating online fraud in the card not present space. Since its inception, the MRC has also added online payments to its portfolio, expanding its presence further into eCommerce. The MRC is headquartered in Seattle, Washington and has offices in Madrid, Spain and Dublin, Ireland.

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Source:Merchant Risk Council