Christian Financial Management Corporation

SecureNet Payment Systems, payment processing technology provider, today announced the appointment of Christian Fadel to its executive leadership team as Chief Financial Officer.

Christian brings over 20 years of financial management experience and valuable payments industry relationships to SecureNet and will be responsible for overseeing the company’s accounting, human resources, PCI compliance and corporate financial matters, including acquisition opportunities.

Prior to joining SecureNet, Christian served as Chief Financial Officer for several electronic payments companies including ClearGage, Inc., where he also served as a Board Member; Austin Ventures backed, Century Payments; Sage Payment Solutions and Network 1 Financial Corporation. As Senior Vice President of Finance for Versus Financial Management, Inc., Christian played an integral role in successfully leading and closing six acquisitions and ultimately selling the company to Sage Software. Before joining the payments industry, Christian also served as Chief Financial Officer of Genoyer Group, Inc. the US division of an international oil and gas trading company, which was sold to The Carlyle Group, Europe. Sanely

“Christian’s unparalleled financial expertise and demonstrated track record as a successful CFO for multiple high-growth payments companies made him the perfect candidate to step into this important role on our leadership team, ” said Brent Warrington, SecureNet CEO. “Christian brings unique insight to the team as SecureNet continues to expand rapidly and strategize for future growth opportunities.”

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