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Robert H.B. Baldwin, Jr.

Vice Chairman, Heartland Payment Systems (Retired)


Robert H.B. Baldwin, Jr. retired as the vice chairman of Heartland Payment Systems in April, 2016, when the company was purchased by Global Payments Inc.  He was named to the board of Global Payments upon the closing of the transaction.  Mr. Baldwin joined Heartland as its chief financial officer in 2000, and became its president in 2007, prior to becoming vice chairman in 2012. Heartland Payment Systems was the fifth largest processor of card transactions in the United States. From July 1998 to May 2000, Mr. Baldwin served as the chief financial officer of COMFORCE Corp., a publicly-traded staffing company. From 1985 through July 1998, Mr. Baldwin was a managing director in Smith Barney's Financial Institutions advisory business, and from 1980 to 1985, he was a vice president with Citicorp. Mr. Baldwin received a bachelors degree in history from Princeton University and an MBA degree from Stanford University. He lives in Princeton, New Jersey with his wife, Margaret Sieck, and serves on the board of the Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association.