Charles Drucker to retire from Board of Fidelity National Information Services

Maria Nikolova

Mr Drucker will retire from the Board and his employment with the corporation effective March 1, 2020.

There are more changes among the top ranks of financial services technology provider FIS (NYSE:FIS), according to an SEC filing.

On January 30, 2020, Charles Drucker, a Director and Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of Fidelity National Information Services, Inc. notified the corporation of his intention to retire from the Board and his employment with the corporation. The change is set to be effective March 1, 2020.

FIS says that Mr Drucker’s decision to retire from the Board and from his employment with the corporation was not based upon any disagreements with the Board or the corporation on matters related to the corporation’s operations, policies or practices.

Below is the full text of Mr Drucker’s notice of his intention to retire:

Dear Gary:

It has been a great pleasure to work with you and the executive team and Board of Directors (the “Board”) of FIS on the transition and integration of Worldpay into FIS. I am pleased that we have made tremendous progress in integrating these two great companies and I am confident that the Company is in good hands and on the right track for its future. As a result of the progress we have made, it is now time for me to provide notice of my intention to retire from the Board and the Company effective on March 1, 2020.

Please feel free to call on me where I can be of any assistance with the continued success of the Company.


Charles Drucker

Mr Drucker, former executive chairman and chief executive officer at Worldpay, joined the FIS board of directors as vice chairman after the completion of the acquisition of Worldpay.

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