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Leo Daboub

Senior Vice President of Business Development

Leo Daboub has over twenty-five (25) years of experience in the finance industry and as a successful entrepreneur and over sixteen (16) years experience in the merchant processing industry. In 2012 Leo joined Atlantic Pacific as Vice President of Business Development to manage its internal sales team, RFP’s, Associations, Unions, VAR’s, Bank/Credit Union and Government/Municipality relationships. In 2014 Leo was promoted to Senior Vice President of Business Development where he successfully manages Atlantic Pacific’s ISO/MSPs, ISAs, and referral partner relationships.

 

Prior to joining Atlantic Pacific, Mr. Daboub started at Payment Resources International as a salesman. He earned the title of Salesman of the Year within his first year for his overall success in sales and his ability in signing some of the company’s largest marquee accounts. Leo was soon promoted to Manager of Business Development managing the companies Major Marquee Accounts, Marketing, RFP’s, Associations, VAR’s and Bank relationships.  In 2005, Leo created the Government Services Division (GSD) from the ground up for TransFirst. Signing the company’s first 10 municipalities, this division grew under his management with an additional 50+ accounts brought on board. Soon after Leo was promoted to SVP of Business Development, where he also successfully ran and managed all of the internal sales for the company.

 

A proven coach and mentor, Mr. Daboub positively influences both colleagues and direct reports alike.  His trusted input to the executive team influences change which continues to expand the company’s growth and reach.  His greatest strength is in the development of key partnerships and relationships.

 

Mr. Daboub is also involved with multiple Municipal organizations which include California Municipal Treasurers Association (CMTA), California Society of Municipal Finance Officers (CSMFO) and Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA).

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