ComplyAdvantage, a data Risk Management and financial crime detection solution provider, has announced that it has added Vatsa Narasimha, the company’s COO and CFO, to its board of directors.

Narasimha joined the company in January and is responsible for its global expansion. Along with ComplyAdvantage CEO Charles Delingpole, he played a key role in the company’s expansion to the United States.

Key Appointments to Drive the Company's Growth

The London-headquartered company also expanded its leadership with the appointment of Elizabeth Bramlage as the chief marketing officer and Amanda Ward as vice president of people. Both are experts in their respective fields.

Bramlage previously led the marketing teams at major Fintech companies, including Behalf and Klarna. She also has nine years of working experience at American Express at various leadership roles.

In her role at ComplyAdvantage, Bramlage will be responsible for spearheading global marketing operations across markets in the US, Europe, and Asia-Pacific.

“ComplyAdvantage sits at a fascinating intersection of data and technology,” Bramlage said in a statement. “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.”

Founded in 2014, ComplyAdvantage made its name in the industry within years and has onboarded major clients including Santander Bank, Binance, and Azlo.

Ward joined when the company was looking to increase its headcount with its global expansion. She previously headed the business HR team at WorldRemit and also spent a few years at King.com, Expedia, and Barclays.

Both of these appointments came following the completion of the company’s Series C funding round of $50 million.

“When we started this year, we knew we wanted to accomplish three things. We wanted to raise our Series C, further invest in our award-winning products, and hire an incredibly talented set of leaders to take us into our next phase of growth,” Narasimha added. “With Elizabeth and Amanda leading our marketing and talent functions respectively, we will be able to scale at a faster rate.”

ComplyAdvantage, a data Risk Management and financial crime detection solution provider, has announced that it has added Vatsa Narasimha, the company’s COO and CFO, to its board of directors.

Narasimha joined the company in January and is responsible for its global expansion. Along with ComplyAdvantage CEO Charles Delingpole, he played a key role in the company’s expansion to the United States.

Key Appointments to Drive the Company's Growth

The London-headquartered company also expanded its leadership with the appointment of Elizabeth Bramlage as the chief marketing officer and Amanda Ward as vice president of people. Both are experts in their respective fields.

Bramlage previously led the marketing teams at major Fintech companies, including Behalf and Klarna. She also has nine years of working experience at American Express at various leadership roles.

In her role at ComplyAdvantage, Bramlage will be responsible for spearheading global marketing operations across markets in the US, Europe, and Asia-Pacific.

“ComplyAdvantage sits at a fascinating intersection of data and technology,” Bramlage said in a statement. “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.”

Founded in 2014, ComplyAdvantage made its name in the industry within years and has onboarded major clients including Santander Bank, Binance, and Azlo.

Ward joined when the company was looking to increase its headcount with its global expansion. She previously headed the business HR team at WorldRemit and also spent a few years at King.com, Expedia, and Barclays.

Both of these appointments came following the completion of the company’s Series C funding round of $50 million.

“When we started this year, we knew we wanted to accomplish three things. We wanted to raise our Series C, further invest in our award-winning products, and hire an incredibly talented set of leaders to take us into our next phase of growth,” Narasimha added. “With Elizabeth and Amanda leading our marketing and talent functions respectively, we will be able to scale at a faster rate.”