Canadian Fintech nanopay Expands Leadership Team By Appointing New Chief Revenue & Chief Risk Officers

Canada-based real-time payments platform provider and fintech firm nanopay recently announced it has appointed Nilesh Dusane as Chief Revenue Officer and Amir Sunderji as Chief Risk Officer. The company revealed that Dusane and Sunderji will play an essential role in its mission to scale payments solution and build credibility with banks and customers globally. 

While sharing more details about the two appointments, Laurence Cooke, CEO and Founder of nanopay, stated:

“As we expand into new markets around the globe, we need to ensure that all the fundamentals are in place to build a real time global payment infrastructure that can transfer value as easily as sending a text. Amir and Nilesh will bring tremendous value in helping nanopay continue to develop a platform that improves liquidity and risk for banks, consumer experiences and allows straight through processing for businesses.”

For his new role, Nilesh is responsible for all customer-facing touchpoints and will work closely with the sales and marketing teams to ensure alignment and growth. He has more than 20 years of experience in the payment industry and recently served as the Head of Global Sales at Ripple. He shared:

“My background working with both banks and Blockchain is unique and will be beneficial in identifying and addressing customer pain points. As nanopay transitions into working with more banks, central banks and clearing houses, my deep understanding of how banks operate will help guide nanopay to new markets and improve the overall customer experience by offering solutions which enable instant asset transfers with enterprise scale and resilience.”

Sunderji has 30 years of risk management experience in financial services industry. At nanopay, he will reportedly lead payment operations and ensure that the company’s technology corresponds with the global and domestic rules and regulations of the payments industry while keeping undesirable actors at bay. He then added:

“The bedrock of any successful payments solution, especially cross-border, resides on mitigating credit, currency and counter-party risks in addition to security and seamless customer experience. nanopay’s technology is developed and the sales pipeline is full, so I’m looking forward to helping the team take the next step — assuring compliance — in order to build the most credible payments solution on the market in an industry where innovation generally outpaces regulations.”

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