ThetaRay Appoints Chief Revenue Officer to Accelerate Global Growth

ThetaRay Appoints Chief Revenue Officer to Accelerate Global Growth

ThetaRay, a leading provider of AI-powered transaction monitoring technology to protect banks and fintechs against financial crimes, announced that it is strengthening global revenue operations with the appointment of Peter Reynolds as the company’s Chief Revenue Officer (CRO).

Reynolds will lead end-to-end sales and revenue growth operations as ThetaRay accelerates global expansion with banks, fintechs, regulators, and partners.

“I am excited to join as ThetaRay embarks on a high-growth phase to scale business globally,” said Reynolds. “I look forward to working with the team, customers and partners to deliver value to the entire global payments ecosystem.”

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Reynolds has more than 20 years of experience selling enterprise software into financial institutions, fintechs and global corporations. He specializes in building world-class and high-performing revenue organizations that achieve hyper-growth. Reynolds launched his career at HSBC before holding senior sales leadership positions at Earnix, Fundtech, Reval, and Thomson Financial. He holds a law degree from London Guildhall University.

“Peter has proven success as a fintech revenue leader, and we are thrilled to welcome him onboard during this key growth stage,” said ThetaRay CEO Mark Gazit. “By creating a secure financial network, our AI transaction technology enables fintechs and banks to increase growth and revenues, improve customer service, and deliver a new standard of trust.”

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