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Evertec names Thomas Swidarski to board

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Staff writer | San Juan, Puerto Rico | December 19, 2014
Thomas W. SwidarskiDecember 19, 2014, San Juan, Puerto Rico - EVERTEC, Inc. announced that Thomas W. Swidarski has been appointed to the board of directors as an independent director and member of the board’s compensation committee.
Mr. Swidarski’s career spans over 30 years in the financial services and payments industries. Most recently, from 2006 to 2013, he was Chief Executive Officer and President of Diebold, Inc.

Prior to becoming Chief Executive Officer and President, Mr. Swidarski was Chief Operating Officer and President of Diebold, and served in various other senior strategic development and marketing capacities at Diebold since joining the company in 1996. Before joining Diebold, he worked in the banking industry for 16 years, including serving in senior marketing roles with PNC Bank.

Mr. Swidarski currently serves on the boards of two publicly-traded companies, Altra Industrial Motion Corp. and Energy Focus, Inc., as well as two privately held companies.

The Company also announced that it reached a settlement agreement with Global Payments Inc., Morgan “Mac” Schuessler, Jr.’s prior employer, concerning Mr. Schuessler’s non-compete obligation.

As a result, Mr. Schuessler will join the Company as President and Chief Executive Officer on April 1, 2015. Mr. D’Angelo will serve as Interim CEO for the period from January 1, 2015 until March 31, 2015.

Mr. D’Angelo has been Chairman of the Board of Company and its primary operating subsidiary, EVERTEC Group, LLC since February 2014, and a board member for both companies since September 2013.

Mr. D’Angelo’s career spans over 35 years in the financial services industry, as well as in operations and management. He has held several executive management positions, including that of Chief Executive Officer and President at companies in the commerce networks, mobile banking and payments markets.