Top management is the cornerstone of a business and its values. When carrying out their work, the people at the helm of W.A.G. turn to the principles of trust, integrity and teamwork. The board and Chief Officers consist of managers with high creative potential, years of experience and extensive expertise in the field of international trade, transport, finance and the oil industry.
Thanks to these values and their unique synthesis, for a long time now the company has been creating innovative products and services, which owing to their high quality and added customer value, are assuming an ever-stronger position among fleet card issuers internationally.
Our mission is to be a key partner for our customers in road mobility solutions, to provide them with comprehensive and complex products and services by using modern, digital technologies. Our relentless desire to improve and ensure customer satisfaction makes us a reliable business partner and attractive investment pursuit.
Shortly after completing secondary school, Martin set up W.A.G., which he now controls as board chairman.
W.A.G. payment solutions, a.s. is currently one of Europe’s six largest providers of mobility-related payment solutions.
Martin lectures at the University of Economics, Prague, and holds an MBA from the University of Pittsburgh.
Martin has long maintained an interest in the furtherance of civil society and is a co-founder of the Nadační fond nezávislé žurnalistiky (Independent Journalism Foundation) and the Nadace BLÍŽKSOBĚ (Closer Together Foundation).
In 2014, he was a finalist in the EY Entrepreneur of the Year contest.
Attila has spent a total of 18 years working in different business and finance roles at the international company MOL, an oil and energy sector business. He has spent the past several years as CEO of MOL in the Czech Republic.
He came to W.A.G. in August 2016 in the role of Chief Commercial Road Transport Officer (CCO).
Klaus comes with extensive experience in the field of mobility solutions for transport companies. During the course of his career, he has worked in many European countries as well as China. Prior to joining W.A.G., he worked 8 years in various roles at German company DKV, among others as vice-president for the Eurasia region.
Klaus started at W.A.G in December 2016 and is appointed in the role of Chief Shared Service Center Officer (CSO).
After completing his studies in economics, Tomáš worked at Fujitsu Siemens Computers between 2005 and 2008 – first as a controller, and later as a regional controller for Central and Eastern Europe.
He has been with W.A.G. since October 2008 – first as the head of the accounting and controlling department and as of April 2015 as Chief Financial Officer (CFO).
After studying statistics and probability, Martin taught at the University of West Bohemia in Plzen for several years. In 1996 he was appointed as quality manager for PLM, a Swedish company later renamed Rexam and Petainer. In 2003 he was appointed as manager of the Aš plant going on to pick up several acknowledged awards during the course of his tenure spanning over ten years.
He joined W.A.G. in October 2014 as Chief Quality Officer (CQO).
Ivan boasts more than 15 years experience leading fast growing companies. Before joining W.A.G. he worked for Enterprise Investors where he picked up diverse experience in the field of software products, financial services and international truck transportation. Ivan has contributed to building successful strategies such as for companies like AVG Technologies, Kofola and STD Donivo. Ivan has been supporting civil society organisations especially in the field of education. He is also president of the Slovak Association for Development Capital.
He has been working for W.A.G. since April 2017.
Neil brings 25 years’ international business experience working across financial services, cards & payments and technology services. He has lived and worked in many countries including Portugal, Turkey, Germany and Austria. Prior to joining W.A.G. Neil held a number of roles at CSC including Head of Fuel Cards and Strategic Deals Executive. Prior to his business career Neil was a Commissioned Officer in the British Army and served in combat operations in several countries.
Neil studied Commerce (with French) at Napier University in Edinburgh. He joined W.A.G. in February 2017 as Chief Commercial Light Vehicles Officer.
59.33 % Martin Vohánka
35.06 % via the company owned Couverina Business
32.81 %TA Associates via the company owned Bock Capital EU Luxembourg WAG S.a.r.l.
7.86 % Minority shareholders from the ranks
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