David Puth Steps Down as CEO of CLS

After six years leading CLS, David Puth is relinquishing his role as CEO.

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David Puth, CEO of CLS, is stepping down after leading the settlement, processing and data solutions provider since 2012.

Puth’s resignation becomes official Sept. 30, after which chairman Kenneth Harvey will act as interim CEO, with Puth remaining on hand through November to ensure a smooth transition.

David Puth

Puth led CLS through a number of transitions, including its designation as a systemically important financial market utility, the release of several new products and services for the

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