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David Cameron Joins First Data’s International Advisory Board

David Cameron Joins First Data’s International Advisory Board

10/06/2017

David Cameron Joins First Data’s International Advisory Board

Former British Prime Minister Will Work With Company on Expanding First Data’s International Presence

First Data Corporation (NYSE: FDC), a global leader in commerce-enabling technology, today announced the appointment of former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, David Cameron, as the newest member of the company’s International Advisory Board. In this role, he will work on strengthening First Data’s presence in key regions around the world and expanding the company’s footprint in new and existing markets.

“David Cameron is one of the world’s most well-regarded leaders and we are truly honored to have him join First Data in his capacity on our International Advisory Board,” said Frank Bisignano, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of First Data. “The payments industry is evolving rapidly in this era of dramatic change, and as we work to strengthen and grow our presence in key markets, David Cameron’s experience and advice will be invaluable to both First Data and our global clients.”

“I am incredibly proud that during my time as Prime Minister, the United Kingdom became a global force in Fin-Tech,” said David Cameron. “I remain passionate about the opportunities that exist for British and international companies that are developing exciting technologies both for businesses and consumers – technologies that have the potential to revolutionize the way we all live our lives.

“Frank and his team at First Data have had tremendous success over the years and I am delighted to work alongside them, continuing my association with the Fin-Tech sector, and supporting First Data enhance its international presence.”

One of the most prominent global influencers of the early 21st Century, David Cameron served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 2010 to 2016, leading Britain’s first Coalition Government in nearly 70 years and, at the 2015 General Election, forming the first majority Conservative Government in the UK for over two decades.

As the UK’s youngest Prime Minister in two centuries, he came to power at a moment of economic crisis. Under his leadership, the UK’s economy was transformed. The deficit was reduced by over two-thirds; one million businesses set-up; a record number of jobs were created; and Britain became the fastest-growing major advanced economy in the world.

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