Michael J. McEvoy
Vice President, Global Payments Strategy
Michael J. McEvoy is a consultant and researcher who also manages thought leadership efforts globally across MasterCard Advisors. In addition, Mike delivers an all-day course in payments to new hires at MasterCard and represents MasterCard as a Committee Member of the 'United Nations Capital Development Fund'.
Mike has 20 years of financial services experience as a senior manager and a consultant to major corporations in global financial services and information technology. Prior to joining MasterCard Advisors, he was Managing Director for ath Power Consulting, a provider of customer experience solutions for the financial services industry. Previously, Mike was Head of Banking Research at consulting firm Novantas and was a founding analyst and Director of Research for TowerGroup. He also founded and ran his own consulting firm for a number of years, consulting to financial institutions in North America and Europe and has worked as an economist for both the Irish and French governments. Mike has lived and worked in Ireland, the UK and the US and undertaken consulting assignments in Europe, Asia, Latin America and North America. He therefore brings a global perspective to his work.
A distinguished advisor and researcher in banking innovation, payments and strategy, Mike has been frequently quoted in the media and a regular speaker at leading industry conferences. He received his MBA from the Wharton School of Business and also holds a Master's Degree in Economics (econometrics).
For MasterCard Compendium:
Enabling Financial Inclusion Through "Alternative Data"
EU Payment Legislation Carries Implications for Card Acquirers
EU Payment Legislation Drives New strategy Solutions for Card Issuers
Unlocking Transaction Data to Connect Consumers to Local Businesses
Forget the Cliches: Bank Strategy Needs to Inherit Millennial Spending Power
Toward A More Successful Digital Channel Acquisition
International intrigue: Merchants Leverage Data to Gain Share of Cross-Border Spending
Pushing Loyalty from "One-Shot" Campaigns to Integrated Marketing
Loyalty at Retail: How to Measure Engagement and Effectiveness
Why Retailers Should Measure Their Loyalty Program's Effectiveness
International Intrigue: How Retailers Can Gain Share of Cross-Border Spending