ComplyAdvantage, an international data technology company, announced today that it has picked Mark Watson as its Chief Technology Officer (CTO). In his new role, Watson will facilitate the expansion of ComplyData, the company’s proprietary knowledge graph.

The newly appointed Chief Technology Officer will lead ComplyAdvantage’s technical innovation and engineering efforts to expand its operations. According to ComplyAdvantage, Watson will play an important role in the company’s growth plans.

With more than 26 years of technology management experience, Watson is one of the most prominent names in the corporate sector. He has joined ComplyAdvantage from WorldRemit where he had held the position of Chief Technology Officer since 2018.

“It’s awesome to have Mark join our executive team during such an exciting time for the company,” said Charlie Delingpole, the Founder, and CEO of ComplyAdvantage. “We’ve spent the last 8 years helping our customers find and mitigate the hidden threats of money-laundering and related financial crimes. We’re now at a place in the company’s evolution where it takes someone with Mark’s background, vision and expertise to lead our next wave of technical innovation. So, we welcome Mark and look forward to his contributions as we continue to scale globally.”

Watson’s Professional Career

In his broad career, Watson co-founded and exited several companies across a wide range of B2B businesses. In his latest role, the newly appointed CTO is planning to enhance the company’s data and technology footprint.

“ComplyAdvantage is a model-first company and the team has done an outstanding job building a data business that is ideal for fighting the growing volume, velocity and complexity of financial crimes around the world,“ said Watson. “My goal over the coming quarters is to expand our data and technology footprint so that we can continue to be the leading and most trusted anti-money laundering resource to our tier one banking, crypto, fintech and financial services customers around the world.”

ComplyAdvantage, an international data technology company, announced today that it has picked Mark Watson as its Chief Technology Officer (CTO). In his new role, Watson will facilitate the expansion of ComplyData, the company’s proprietary knowledge graph.

The newly appointed Chief Technology Officer will lead ComplyAdvantage’s technical innovation and engineering efforts to expand its operations. According to ComplyAdvantage, Watson will play an important role in the company’s growth plans.

With more than 26 years of technology management experience, Watson is one of the most prominent names in the corporate sector. He has joined ComplyAdvantage from WorldRemit where he had held the position of Chief Technology Officer since 2018.

“It’s awesome to have Mark join our executive team during such an exciting time for the company,” said Charlie Delingpole, the Founder, and CEO of ComplyAdvantage. “We’ve spent the last 8 years helping our customers find and mitigate the hidden threats of money-laundering and related financial crimes. We’re now at a place in the company’s evolution where it takes someone with Mark’s background, vision and expertise to lead our next wave of technical innovation. So, we welcome Mark and look forward to his contributions as we continue to scale globally.”

Watson’s Professional Career

In his broad career, Watson co-founded and exited several companies across a wide range of B2B businesses. In his latest role, the newly appointed CTO is planning to enhance the company’s data and technology footprint.

“ComplyAdvantage is a model-first company and the team has done an outstanding job building a data business that is ideal for fighting the growing volume, velocity and complexity of financial crimes around the world,“ said Watson. “My goal over the coming quarters is to expand our data and technology footprint so that we can continue to be the leading and most trusted anti-money laundering resource to our tier one banking, crypto, fintech and financial services customers around the world.”