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Kim Fitzsimmons


Kim Fitzsimmons is building the future of Talus Pay. She is an accomplished payments executive with the vision, drive and passion to help companies grow and achieve sustainable results.

At financial services giant J.P. Morgan, Fitzsimmons served as president of global merchant services. She was chief executive officer of Cynergy Data prior to its merger with Priority Payment Systems and held a number of leadership positions, including North American president of merchant services and community banks, during a long tenure with First Data. A principal and co-founder of EFS Card Services, Fitzsimmons began her 30-year payments career with Concord EFS.

Voted one of the top 100 Global Sales Leaders of 2020 by The Modern Sale, Fitzsimmons has twice been named as one of the Industry’s Most Influential Women in Payments by American Banker and has received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Midwest Acquirers Association (MWAA). She has also served as president of both the Electronics Transactions Association (ETA) and Women’s Network in Electronic Transactions (Wnet).

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