Transcard's executive leadership team brings proven expertise in financial product development and marketing, intelligent database architecture design, regulatory navigation, analysis and revenue growth.
Greg Bloh serves as CEO of Transcard, bringing 28 years of management, consulting and investment expertise to continually drive Transcard forward across the ever-changing financial landscape. A recognized business leader and financial technology entrepreneur, he previously served as CEO at Secure Cash Network, a pioneer in prepaid card technology and international money remittance. Additionally, Greg spearheaded a team as founding partner of TechQuest Capital Partners, a venture capital firm specializing in early-stage technology start-ups. With $60 million in its first fund, the firm was ultimately acquired, and Greg utilized his expertise and leadership in an advisory capacity to smooth the transition. Throughout the 1990s, he served in various capacities as a business and management consultant, including as an experience manager at Accenture, working with Fortune 100 brands such as Shell, Exxon Mobil, Halliburton, Lloyds of London and Bank of America.
Chris Fuller is President of Transcard and is responsible for developing and securing new technology and corporate partners to further expand and utilize the payments platform. In addition, he works to assist large corporate clients to lower cost, improve operational efficiency and take a strategic and disciplined approach to payments. In the past two years, Chris has co-founded two new businesses: Prysym, a global payment technologies company for the European market providing a global in/out API payments platform; and Tralia Health and Tralia Health Shares, with alternative health insurance offerings for small businesses and individuals. He was formerly with U.S. Xpress, a leading transportation and logistics company in the United States, as Vice President and General Manager for their Northeast region. Chris is originally from Chattanooga, TN, and is active in the community, including children’s causes and community development.
John Haddock is the Chief Financial Officer at Transcard and is responsible for all finance, accounting and compliance functions. He brings over 15 years of progressive experience in payments, banking and professional service firms. Prior to joining Transcard in 2016, he served as Secretary, EVP and CFO for First Security Group, Inc., a publicly traded bank holding company, and FSG Bank, N.A. During his tenure in banking, he was responsible for an IPO with an associated acquisition, subsequent $96 million private placement recapitalization, and the sale of the bank for $171 million to a larger financial institution. In addition to managing treasury, accounting, investor relations, human resources and IT, he was responsible for multiple national niche lending programs that provided the highest returns on investment within the bank. Prior to banking, he began his career with PricewaterhouseCoopers. John received a BS in Business Administration, Accounting major and a Master of Accountancy from the University of Tennessee. He is a CPA and actively involved in the community.
David Samples serves as the Chief Technology Officer of Transcard. With over twenty years’ experience, he oversees all IT operations and sets the strategy for both external and internal software development and management. In David’s seven years with Transcard, he has taken the lead in developing multiple patented systems to address previously unmet needs on the accounting and payment fronts. David is currently the driving force behind Transcard’s disruptive platform, Paynuver, to alleviate pain points inherent in traditional payment models. Prior to Transcard, David was the director of IT for U.S. Xpress, where he applied his background in quantitative modeling and IT management to successfully integrate disparate systems from more than twenty company acquisitions. A seasoned presenter, he has participated in roundtable and advisory panels on quantitative decision-making at numerous conferences over the years. David received his Bachelor of Science degree in management information systems from Tennessee Technological University and is currently a member of the Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center (FS-ISAC).