Thursday, June 23, 2022View Showroom
ATMIA today announced the appointment of David Tente as the next President of the ATM Security Association (ASA) from July 1st. He succeeds outgoing President, Mike Lee, who is retiring as CEO of ATMIA, which runs ASA, at the end of June.
Tente will continue as Executive Director, USA, Canada & Americas, while assuming the new role. It will involve running the four committees and working groups of the ASA, along with its rapidly expanding Crisis and Crime Management Intelligence System (CCMIS) and other resources belonging to the ASA portal. The CCMIS contains over 12,000 global ATM crime and fraud incidents.
“I am delighted with this appointment as I know David has the knowledge and skills required to take ASA to the next level,” Lee commented.
“ATM crime has increased significantly over the past year – across the globe,” added Tente. “The ASA provides our industry with the resources and tools it needs, including the first ever ATM crime database, to stay a step ahead of the criminals. I look forward to leading this effort and building on the work of our founding President, Mike Lee.”
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