Wells Fargo’s International Group has added two new senior executives to its Global Payment Services (GPS) team. Charles Kohler has been named deputy head for GPS and Timothy Merrell has been named director of Payments Consulting, Strategy and Customer Experience for GPS. Kohler will manage sales, liability and liquidity products as well as monitor and mitigate payment system risks. Merrell will develop strategy for new and core payment services as well as the overall customer experience. Both are based in New York and will report to George Doolittle, head of Wells Fargo’s GPS.
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