Corlytics, the world leader in calculating and analysing regulation as a risk, has announced the appointment of Fabienne Kofman to drive the company’s ambitious growth agenda.
Reporting directly into Mike O'Keeffe, general manager at Corlytics, Fabienne will support business development for the regulatory and banking sectors in the UK.
An expert in compliance issues for wealth management, Fabienne has over 17 years’ experience in the banking sector. Based in London, she will work closely with Corlytics’ 40-strong global team to establish and grow strong partnerships with banking customers.
Fabienne joins Corlytics having previously held the role of compliance manager at BNP Paribas Wealth Management in Paris. There, she led the implementation of new tools and processes for a better identification and a more efficient management of compliance risks. Prior to that, she worked as an equity analyst at the French international banking group.
Fabienne comments, “I am delighted to have joined the Corlytics team. The opportunity to shape the future of a leading player in the dynamic regtech sector was too much to pass up. Having played an active role in the compliance function at BNP Paribas after a broad exposure to various banking activities, I was impressed by Corlytics’ unique market position. I look forward to working with the team to drive successful adoption of Corlytics' solution by banks and regulators.”
John Byrne, CEO of Corlytics added, “Fabienne has enormous experience garnered from many years working in the industry. She will play a pivotal role in growing our international business as we expand into even more new territories.”
He continues, “Fabienne has witnessed first-hand the increasing regulatory complexity faced by compliance teams. With ever more demanding international regulations coming into force, she recognises the urgent need for more support to analyse, manage and mitigate risks arising from it. The team will benefit greatly from her drive and specialist expertise.”
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