Former Integral Development Corporation executive Melissa Stringer rejoins Cambridge Global Payments

A second tenure at Cambridge Global Payments leads Melissa Stringer into the next part of her career

Former Global Sales Operations Manager at Integral Development Corporation Melissa Stringer has this week been re-appointed at Cambridge Global Payments, a British company which provides electronic payment services.

The company was founded in 1992 and processes $35bn in over 140 currencies.


Ms. Stringer rejoins the concurrent with her studying for an MBA at Cambridge Judge Business School which she commenced in September this year.

Before embarking on her new role at Cambridge Global Payments in the firm’s Payment Solutions and Partnerships division, Ms. Stringer was Director of Sales at freemarketFX in London, which is a deliverable FX business. In this role she headed the solution sales division and established strategic partnerships.

Prior to joining freemarketFX, Ms. Stringer spent two years at INPAY in London, a tenure that was precedd by two years at FX trading network and liquidity aggregation service provider Integral Development Corporation where she was Global Sales Operations Manager between May 2012 and 2014.

Joining Integral Development Corporation was Ms. Stringer’s foray into the FX technology sector, as she joined the firm following her first tenure at Cambridge Global Payments, where she spent three years between August 2009 and May 2012 in their FX Sales and Payment Solution Services division.

Although currently studying for an MBA, Ms. Stringer graduated from University of Kent with an Honors degree in Comparative Literature in 2009.

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