Global financial services provider Fiserv Inc. has augmented its financial crime risk management team, appointing specialists Timothy J. Grace and Manuel Da Silva, according to a recent Fiserv statement.
Fiserv has been relatively muted with personnel moves, with it’s last coming late last year in November when the company appointed Kevin Schultz as its Group President.
Fiserv’s multi asset-class solutions cater to a variety of companies – earlier this year Sussex Bank announced the adoption of the Premier bank and solutions platform from Fiserv.
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The group’s financial crime risk team aim to deliver an integrated and consolidated suite of software solutions in hopes of detecting and preventing fraud and compliance risks across major payment channels – these include among others, checks, cards, and electronic payments.
Mr. Grace joins Fiserv from PointPredictive Inc, having founded the company and served as its CEO since early 2014. He has also held a number of senior level roles at BasePoint Analytics and FICO.
Alternatively, Mannie Da Silva has over two decades worth of experience in the payments industry, having worked with a number of financial institutions and software companies in the UK and US. He joins Fiserv after a decorated career in fraud and risk management enterprise solutions and analytics across several consulting roles.