Climbing the Ladder Several companies serving the card-not-present payments space recently announced notable personnel moves:

Data science company Feedzai named Anthony Lanham to be its head of sales in North America. Previously, Lanham held sales roles at Jumio and Dunn & Bradstreet. He is responsible for continuing the company’s growth trajectory and building out its sales strategy and team.

Lisa Dean has joined antifraud technology provider Kount as its senior vice president of sales. In that role she will be responsible for worldwide revenue. Previously, Dean built the corporate sales team at digital identity company ThreatMetrix and served as inside sales leader for WebSphere at IBM.

Merchant services provider National Merchants Association recently announced several additions to its team. Angelo Ponzi was named chief strategy officer responsible for spearheading corporate strategy while developing and implementing strategic marketing initiatives. The company also hired Butch Hildebrand as director of sales, Brian Berkenbile as vice president of sales and customer service and Tim Reynolds as director of member support.

myPINpad , a U.K.-based authentication technology company, has appointed Morten Hofstad to head the company’s Asia Pacific business where he will lead business development in the region. The company also named digital banking and payments veteran Dheeraj (DJ) Ahluwalia as its head of global partnerships, responsible for developing key strategic, distribution, reselling, OEM and technology enablement partnerships globally.

Online payments provider SafeCharge announced it has hired Umberto Corridori as vice president of sales for Europe. Corridori, who has held senior sales roles with Dell Italy and PayPal, is charged with developing the company’s growing business across Europe.