Accuity grows innovation team
October 5, 2017

Accuity, the global financial crime compliance, payments and KYC solutions provider, says it is expanding its global innovation team and investing in collaborative innovation processes across its business and technology teams.

Neela Das has been appointed to lead the company's global, multi-disciplinary innovation team with regional hubs in London, Paris, Chicago and Singapore. She will be working in conjunction with Ronald Hobbs who has been appointed Director of Technology for Innovation.

Accuity says that Das brings a wealth of experience working in disrupted markets. She held the Digital Director role at New Scientist, and as part of the senior management team developed its digital strategy at a time when the publishing industry was experiencing unprecedented change. At Accuity, she will develop the innovation strategy, collaborating with the risk, compliance and payments business and technology teams across the globe.

It adds that Hobbs will lead the innovation team's engineering experts, having been the technical brains behind Accuity's innovative Dual-Use-Goods trade compliance solution. He joins after multiple technical leadership roles within RBI International, playing a key role in the facilitation of digital transformation; accelerating the transition to new technology platforms across the business.

As the industry has evolved so have the projects he has tackled, delivering everything from centralized matching and information retrieval systems to the secure cloud-based evolution of key software products, notes Accuity.





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Accuity, the global financial crime compliance, payments and KYC solutions provider, says it is expanding its global innovation team and investing in collaborative innovation processes across its business and technology teams.

Neela Das has been appointed to lead the company's global, multi-disciplinary innovation team with regional hubs in London, Paris, Chicago and Singapore. She will be working in conjunction with Ronald Hobbs who has been appointed Director of Technology for Innovation.

Accuity says that Das brings a wealth of experience working in disrupted markets. She held the Digital Director role at New Scientist, and as part of the senior management team developed its digital strategy at a time when the publishing industry was experiencing unprecedented change. At Accuity, she will develop the innovation strategy, collaborating with the risk, compliance and payments business and technology teams across the globe.

It adds that Hobbs will lead the innovation team's engineering experts, having been the technical brains behind Accuity's innovative Dual-Use-Goods trade compliance solution. He joins after multiple technical leadership roles within RBI International, playing a key role in the facilitation of digital transformation; accelerating the transition to new technology platforms across the business.

As the industry has evolved so have the projects he has tackled, delivering everything from centralized matching and information retrieval systems to the secure cloud-based evolution of key software products, notes Accuity.



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