Diebold Nixdorf has appointed William A. (Bill) Borden, Microsoft Corp.’s corporate vice president of worldwide financial services, to its board of directors.
Borden, a seasoned executive in the global financial services business, provides a wealth of knowledge to Diebold Nixdorf’s board of directors. He has held several top leadership positions in some of the largest banking organizations in the United States, including Bank of America and Citigroup, for more than 20 years.
As Microsoft’s financial services thought leader, he is in charge of developing and executing the company’s worldwide financial services strategy, as well as assisting customers on their digital transformation journeys.
Borden is a member of The Executive Leadership Council, the world’s most prestigious membership organization dedicated to the development of global Black leaders. He is dedicated to serving on boards, volunteering, and mentoring in the areas where he lives and works. Borden will serve on the audit and technology committees of Diebold Nixdorf’s board of directors. With his appointment, the company’s board of directors has grown from 11 to 12.
“On behalf of our board, we are very excited to welcome Bill as our newest director,” said Gary G. Greenfield, non-executive chairman of the board, Diebold Nixdorf.
“His addition will be invaluable in helping successfully guide our strategies in global financial services and digital transformation and exemplifies our ongoing efforts to bring in new perspectives and vital experience at the director level.”
Source: Digital Weekday