Steven Rathgaber joined Cardtronics as the Company's Chief Executive Officer on February 1, 2010. From January 1991 to January 2010, Mr. Rathgaber was employed by NYCE Payments Network, LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Fidelity National Information Services, Inc. Immediately prior to joining Cardtronics, Mr. Rathgaber served as the President and Chief Operating Officer of NYCE, a role he assumed in September 2004.
From April 1989 to January 1991, Mr. Rathgaber served as a founding partner of Veritas Venture, a start-up software development company. From May 1981 to March 1989, he served in a number of executive-level roles within Automatic Data Processing, Inc., and from January 1977 to April 1981, he held numerous positions within the Citibank organization. Mr. Rathgaber also served on the board of Everlink Payment Services, a joint venture between the United States-based NYCE Payments Network and Celero, a Canadian credit union processing company, from the company's inception in September 2003 until December 2009, serving as Chairman of the Everlink board from June 2004 until May 2006.
Mr. Rathgaber holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from St. John's University.
As CFO and Chief Operations Officer, Ed is responsible for leading Cardtronics' finance, planning, corporate development and consolidated global operations. He oversees accounting and reporting, strategic planning and analysis, treasury, tax, audit, risk management, investor relations and corporate development, along with the operations function in both North America and Europe.
Prior to joining Cardtronics in January 2016, Mr. West held the role of Chief Financial Officer at three companies: Delta Air Lines, Internet Capital Group and Education Management Corporation. Mr. West joined Education Management in 2006 as Chief Financial Officer and became Chief Executive Officer in 2012. Earlier in his career, Mr. West joined Internet Capital Group, a technology holding company, as Chief Financial Officer in 2000; in 2002, Mr. West transitioned to Internet Capital Group’s largest subsidiary, ICG Commerce, where he served as Chief Executive Officer until 2006. Mr. West also served as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer at Delta Air Lines, after having joined the company in 1994.
Mr. West holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance from Emory University's Goizueta School of Business.
Mr. West received the “CFO of the Year” award from Institutional Investor Magazine in 2012 and was previously named one of the “Top 40 Under 40” by CFO Magazine.
As Chief Information Officer for Cardtronics, Stuart Mackinnon is responsible for the global information technology infrastructure for the company. In his role, Mr. Mackinnon directs the strategy and implementation of innovative solutions for the business focusing on efficiency and service.
Mr. Mackinnon joined Cardtronics in 2015 through the acquisition of Columbus Data Services, the largest ATM processor in North America, where he held the position of President for five years. Prior to Columbus Data Services, Mr. Mackinnon held senior technology roles at Threshold Financial Technologies and Choice Hotels Canada.
Born in Footscray, Australia, Mr. Mackinnon, his wife, Lisa, and their three children now reside in Dallas, Texas.
As Chief Information Security officer (CISO), Dan Antilley is responsible for leading Cardtronics’ global information security and technology risk strategy program, focused on safeguarding company and customer assets, and ATM user information.
Prior to joining Cardtronics, Mr. Antilley served Bank of America as Senior Vice President and Global Information Security Operations Executive, capping a 16+ year information security career at the bank. Mr. Antilley directed a multi-site global team of 400 information security professionals, with an emphasis on threat and vulnerability management, malware protection, and cyber forensics.
Mr. Antilley previously served in technology roles at Genuity, Check Point Software Technologies and the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs. Earned over the course of his career, Mr. Antilley holds multiple patents for systems and methods related to information security risk assessment.
Aimie Killeen joined Cardtronics in January 2017 through the acquisition of DCPayments. Prior to the acquisition, she had served as global General Counsel for DirectCash since March 2013.
As General Counsel and Secretary, Ms. Killeen leads the Department of Legal and Corporate Affairs for Cardtronics. The department is responsible for all legal, corporate governance and compliance matters globally.
Ms. Killeen received a Bachelor of Business degree (awarded with merit), and a Bachelor of Laws degree (awarded with Honors) from the University of Technology, Sydney . She has a Graduate Diploma in Law and Legal Practice and was admitted to practice in the Supreme Court of New South Wales and the High Court of Australia in 2004. Subsequently, Ms. Killeen spent nine years in practice in the banking and finance team of one of Australia's premier global law firms where she practiced in the areas of leveraged and acquisition finance, aviation finance, structured asset finance, securitization, debt capital markets, general corporate banking and restructuring.
Sharon Bridgland-Gough joined Cardtronics in 2014 and was named Global Human Resources Officer in 2017. Prior to this appointment, she led Cadtronics’ European HR team and was responsible for leading several cross-company initiatives, including the company’s values and recognition programs and its global talent planning process.
In her role as CHRO, Ms. Bridgland-Gough is responsible for the Human Resources function within the business, including HR strategy, talent acquisition, people development, compensation and benefits, employee engagement and employment relations.
Ms. Bridgland-Gough was recently named by the UK’s Personnel Today, an industry association publication, as the 2016 HR Director of the Year in the UK. Prior to joining Cardtronics, Ms. Bridgland-Gough held numerous senior human resources leadership roles in private industry, including information security and defense contracting, as well as at both government and non-profit entities.