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n.1.See Matross.
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Oreo even went with me on a mission of dipolmacy in 2013 to meet and welcome the SWAT team in training from Bangladesh in Montross, Virginia.
Montross will continue in an advisory capacity until June 30, 2018.
CPI Card Group (Nasdaq:PMTS, TSX:PMTS), a global provider of financial and EMV[R] chip card production and related services, has announced the appointment of Scott Scheirman as President and Chief Executive Officer, effective October 5, 2017, succeeding Steve Montross who will be ending his service as CEO on October 4, 2017 in connection with his previously announced retirement, the company said.
CPI Card Group (Nasdaq: PMTS, TSX: PMTS), a provider of financial and EMV chip card production and related services, has announced that Steve Montross will be retiring from his position as President and Chief Executive Officer and as a member of CPI's board of directors, the company said.
For the entire industry, it's been quite a run over the past few months, with leaders such as Tad Montross at Gen Re stepping down, as well as Mario Vitale at Aspen.
Steve Montross, president and CEO of CPI Card Group, said,"Payment card issuers and their technology partners invest heavily in their EMV-enablement platforms.
Charlotte is an important asset for American Airlines," Montross said.
Psychiatrist Christine Montross took to The New York Times to espouse the creation of a "modern asylum" for individuals living with autism and other intellectual or developmental disabilities.
Tad Montross, President and Chief Executive Officer, General Reinsurance Corporation, was elected chair of the Board of Directors of the Reinsurance Association of America (RAA) at the 46th Annual Meeting of Members held in Washington.
At two sites--one at Montross in Westmoreland County and another along the Elizabeth River in Portsmouth--the EPA lists the public's exposure to toxic chemicals as "not under control.
Montross was out of Boston after two years and averaged only 4.