Leading Payments, Fraud & Compliance Platform Sardine Adds One of Fintech’s Most Influential People to its Growing Team
Sardine, the leading behavior-based fraud, compliance and payments platform, announced Simon Taylor as its new Head of Content & Strategy. The news comes after Sardine achieved its latest milestone of acquiring over 100 customers.
Sardine transforms how companies move money and fight fraud through its behavior-based fraud and compliance platform. Building the industry’s only platform that combines identity, device, and behavioral data with bank-grade insights, protecting their customers against every touchpoint—stopping fraud at the time of new customer onboarding, account funding, and during payments in and out of a digital wallet.
Simon Taylor, the newly appointed Head of Content & Strategy, brings years of experience advising governments, regulators, and some of the world’s largest banks, Financial Institutions, and Fintech companies, helping them innovate their business models by adopting new technologies, like web3.
He will focus on establishing and growing Sardine’s voice in the market, shaping how the company educates and empowers its customers and the broader Fintech community. Simon is known for his popular Fintech blog, Fintech Brainfood.
“I am beyond excited to join Sardine,” said Simon Taylor, “I genuinely believe that finance impacts everything in our lives, from how schools get built, to how criminals get paid. Sardine is on the front line, not only preventing fraud but upgrading the safety and security of the entire industry so everyone can move money with confidence. The opportunity to learn from this world-class team and bring its insights to a broader audience was too great to pass up. ”
“We’re thrilled to have one of the leading voices in Fintech join Sardine at such a pivotal time in our company’s journey,” said Soups Ranjan, CEO, and Co-Founder at Sardine. “Simon will play an integral role in redefining the narrative around payments, fraud, and compliance – enabling the market to adopt a new approach, so they can focus their efforts on improving their customer experience and ultimately scaling their growth.”