Financial crime fighting RegTech ComplyAdvantage has bolstered its leadership with new appointments.
It has appointed COO and CFO Vatsa Narasimha to the company’s boar, named Elizabeth Bramlage as its new chief marketing officer and Amanda Ward as vice president of people.
The announcement comes hot on the heels of it raising a $50m Series C round in July. “Despite headwinds due to the global spread of Covid-19, 2020 has been a strong year for ComplyAdvantage,” said Charles Delingpole, founder and CEO of ComplyAdvantage.
“We were able to seamlessly move to remote work in March, honored as a Technology Pioneer by the World Economic Forum in June, and closed our largest sales quarter while finalizing our Series C funding in July. This is thanks to our strong foundation of talent and also to Vatsa who led the effort behind our most recent round of funding. I look forward to the rest of the year with a profound appreciation for what we have accomplished and excitement about the tasks ahead as we continue on our journey of eliminating financial crime. Vatsa will be playing a pivotal role in leading the charge.”
ComplyAdvantage’s new Chief Marketing Officer, Elizabeth Bramlage, brings deep industry expertise that includes executive leadership in financial services, payments, SME financing and FinTech at companies including Amazon.com, American Express and Klarna.
“ComplyAdvantage sits at a fascinating intersection of data and technology. Focused on machine learning and natural language processing, the company has the ability to revolutionize data risk management. I look forward to working with the talented team to scale this visionary company,” said Bramlage.
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