Aggregated News & Information about Christopher Wolfington
C.E.O at FinPay, L.L.C
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Christopher Wolfington, CEO of FinPay, L.L.C. and Chairman and CEO of C.M. Wolfington, L.L.C., is business leader and entrepreneur with business experience in payments, healthcare, technology, real estate, and over 19 years experience in the financial services industry.
Mr. Wolfington has applied his decades of payments and financial services expertise to the healthcare industry to assist healthcare providers to create a financial experience for their patients that mirrors the high quality clinical care patients have come to expect. FinPay, L.L.C. provides patient financial management solutions that provide patients with the education they need to understand their financial responsibilities and the payment options they want to make those financial obligations fit their household budget. FinPay continues to be a market leader in the Patient Financial Management Market.
Determined to utilize his entrepreneurial talent and keen eye for opportunity, Mr. Wolfington infused his passion, energy, capital, and entrepreneurial vision into numerous companies in the payments, healthcare finance, and financial services industries, including two initial public offerings (Casino & Credit Services & Telespectrum Worldwide). As part of this pursuit he founded, acquired, and/or divested numerous companies during his career, including Microfunds, Financial Payment Network,, MCA, Central Credit, Inc., Casino Money Centers, Strip Check Cashing, Central Credit Check Cashing, Available Money, iGames Entertainment, Landmark Group Holdings, and Check Holdings.
Mr. Wolfington continues to invest his time, capital, and resources in identifying opportunities in high growth markets with antiquated stale technologies & solutions.
Mr. Wolfington supports multiple charitable organizations, particularly focused on education, child development, and
the United States Military.
Christopher Wolfington is an entrepreneurial exec with broad experience in all aspects of Corporate management, including sales, mergers & acquisitions, marketing, accounting, capital markets, private placements, strategic planning, operations, and financial management.
LAS VEGAS, Jan 5 /PRNewswire/ -- iGames Entertainment Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: IGME - News) today announced that the previously announced merger with Money Centers of America closed on Friday January 2, 2004. Following closing, iGames Entertainment appointed Christopher M. Wolfington as its new Chairman & CEO.
Christopher Wolfington, Chairman & CEO of iGames Entertainment stated, “This is just the first step in executing our business plan. We will continue to aggressively pursue sales and acquisitions to build out platform for the future.”
“We are extremely excited about the closing with Money Centers and combining our efforts in one focused direction. We look forward to a profitable and rewarding future and will give our newly appointed Chairman and CEO, Chris Wolfington, the support needed to accomplish it.” Stated Jeremy Stein, President of iGames Entertainment.
About iGames Entertainment
iGames Entertainment, Inc. develops, manufactures and markets technology- based products for the gaming industry. The Company's growth strategy is to become the innovator in cash access and financial management systems for the gaming industry. The business model is specifically focused on specialty transactions in the cash access segment of the funds transfer industry. and systems and market these products worldwide. For a complete corporate profile on iGames Entertainment Inc., please visit the Company's corporate website at http://www.igamesentertainment.com .
Safe Harbor Act Notice: Certain matters discussed in this news release are forward-looking statements, as it is defined in the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Such forward-looking statements are subject to a number of known and unknown risks and uncertainties including, but not limited to, statements concerning iGames Entertainment's commencement of a new business plan, and its ability to raise funds in connection with such plan, the ability to close pending transactions and other risks detailed from time to time in iGames Entertainment's filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Actual results may differ materially from those expressed in any forward-looking statements made by or on behalf of iGames Entertainment Inc. For more information, please contact Investor Relations, 800.530.1558
Friends in Action: Former Board Member
Amigos de Jesus
Big Picture Alliance: Board Member
Sophia Jane Darr Chrildren's Foundation
Marine Corps Birthday Ball
Hearts & Hands of China
Preservation Society of Newport County
Independence Mission Schools
University of Scranton
Malvern Preparatory School
Youth Work Foundation
(Union League of Philadelphia)
Penn State THON
Kelly Rooney Foundation
Philadelpia Animal Welfare Society
Roman Catholic Church
The Philadelphia Country Club
The Union League of Philadelphia
--->IGAMES ENTERTAINMENT, INC. AND MONEY CENTERS OF AMERICA, INC. ANNOUNCE PLANS TO INCREASE CREDIT FACILITY
--->MONEY CENTERS OF AMERICA, INC. ANNOUNCES CLOSING OF ATM PROCESSING AND $40,000,000 VAULT CASH AGREEMENT
--->IGAMES ENTERTAINMENT, INC. ANNOUNCES CLOSING OF
MONEY CENTERS OF AMERICA MERGER AND APPOINTMENT OF
CHRISTOPHER M. WOLFINGTON AS CHAIRMAN & CEO.
--->CASINO VETERAN DENNIS GOMES JOINS MONEY CENTERS of AMERICA'S BOARD of DIRECTORS
--->IGAMES ENTERTAINMENT, INC. ANNOUNCES CLOSING OF AVAILABLE ACQUISITION TO PURCHASE AVAILABLE MONEY, INC.
--->Christopher Wolfington and his nephew/godson Jack Ziegler attend the Phillies National League Championship Series Playoff game in October 2010.
--->Chris Wolfington attends an annual Golf Trip to world famous Pine valley Golf Club with host Chet Walsh and friends John Mullins, Tom Shallow, Chris Dutton.
--->Chris Wolfington, along with his son James and daughter Amanda, visit Athens and the beautiful island of Santorini to take in the significant historical monuments and experience the breathtaking sunsets.
--->Christopher Wolfington visits Naval Station Norfolk & Naval Station Oceana to spend time with Naval F/A-18 Super Hornet pilots and as a guest to the Blue Angels special air show for military personnel.
--->Christopher Wolfington attends the Philadelphia mummers Parade on
New Years Day.
--->Christopher Wolfington and Money Centers of America co-worker Lauren Anderson attend a fundraiser for the Sophia Jane Darr Children’s foundation.
--->Chris Wolfington joins Phil Rapone and Mike & Rachel Odorisio at the the Neverland Ball to support the Sophie Jane Darr Children’s Foundation to raise money to provide financial assistance to families with children affected by cancer and other diseases.
--->Chris Wolfington and his daughter Amanda Wolfington volunteered to work at Amigos de Jesus, a boys orphanage in Honduras.
--->Christopher Wolfington hosts family and friends to Cancun, Mexico at the luxurious Casa Magna Resort.
--->Christopher Wolfington with friends at Superbowl
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