Kennesaw, GA, September 16, 2015 – International Screening Solutions, the trusted leader in global sanctions software and international background screening, today announced that G. Chris Callas has joined the organization as president, overseeing operations and compliance.
Callas brings 35 years of international business experience in corporate governance, audit compliance and risk management. His addition to the executive team will drive continuous improvement compliance that customers expect. Anchored by experience at the public accounting, audit and consultancy giant Ernst & Whinney, Callas has been CFO and VP Finance for several successful businesses with global reach: Transportal Network, a risk management and technology provider; Geologistics Americas, a $750 million logistics network; Central Parking Corporation, $800 million in revenue and more than 1,600 worldwide locations; and WorldSpan, the $900 million technology merger of reservation and technology units at Delta, TWA and Northwest Airlines.
“We are excited to have Chris’s leadership in delivering our highly-compliant and highly-regulated operations,” said ISS CEO Chuck Papageorgiou. “He provides a fantastic balance of large enterprise stability with the agility and focus on customer service that typifies our company culture.”
In addition to his successful corporate career, Callas has run successful small businesses, traveled the world, and has collected and raced iconic sports cars, including the Ford GT40, winner of the 1966 Le Mans grand prix.
Founded in 2007, ISS serves employment screening and due diligence organizations in the United States and abroad. ISS launched WorldWatch Plus® in 2015 to gather global sanctions, watch list, PEP and media data from thousands of sources for anti-money laundering (AML) and “know your customer” (KYC) programs. Clients conducted more than 13 million global screens on individuals and business entities in 2016, with millions more being monitored on daily, weekly or monthly intervals.
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Ken Kunsman, chief marketing officer