Kevin O’Neill joins Napier as chief revenue officer

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Kevin O’Neill joins Napier as chief revenue officer

Anti-financial crime compliance solutions provider Napier has appointed Kevin O’Neill as chief revenue officer (CRO).

O’Neill has moved on from his role as Fenergo’s global head asset management and asset servicing, and head of EMEA sales. Prior positions included a 10 year stint at RBC Investor Services as managing director and global sales leader for asset servicing solutions. His experience spans 25 years in technology and financial services, also holding roles at BNY Mellon and Royal Bank of Canada.

The new CRO has been brought on board to lead the regtech’s growth plans.

According to Julian Dixon, founder and CEO at Napier, “We are thrilled to see Kevin take up the position of CRO. His deep knowledge of the financial services industry combined with his enormous experience in driving revenue growth will help us in achieving our ambitious plans for further expansion across all markets this year.”

Napier customers range from tier one banks, payment providers and crypto financial institutions, who are looking to automate financial crime compliance.

“The financial services industry is realising the enormous benefits of next-generation AI & SaaS solutions to upgrade their financial crime operations,” said O’Neill.

“We can expect to see continued global growth as the power of our intelligent compliance solutions, including Transaction Monitoring, Transaction Screening, Client Screening, Risk-based Scorecard and Client Activity Review plays an even greater role in combatting financial crime.”

O’Neill was named RiskTech 100’s Rising Star and appeared in the 2022 Deloitte Fast 50 as well as the RegTech100.

“We can expect to see continued global growth as the power of our intelligent compliance solutions, including Transaction Monitoring, Transaction Screening, Client Screening, Risk-based Scorecard and Client Activity Review plays an even greater role in combatting financial crime,” he said.

Napier named ex-HSBC COO Andy Maguire as board chair in October of last year.

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