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Shield FC appoints new VP Global Sales and Business Development

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Shield Financial Compliance (Shield FC), a specialist RegTech provider, has appointed Eran Noam as VP Global Sales and Business Development.  

In this newly created role, Noam will focus on sales and strategic business alliances to support the growing interest from financial institutions in Shield FC solutions, principally Shield 2.0 since its launch in March. 
 
Noam brings a wealth of experience with over 17 years in Enterprise Software sales and Business Development, including executive roles in NICE Systems and Qognify. He has significant knowledge of security and operational financial services market needs and how cloud and on-premises software solutions empower organisation’s to make smarter decisions based on advanced analytics of structured and unstructured data.
 
Noam says: “I am very pleased to be joining Shield FC at this exciting stage of the company’s development.
 
“Shield is bringing the latest AI and big data solutions to the thriving RegTech domain and uniquely addresses the Compliance officers’ requirements. Shield’s mission is to empower compliance officers with its revolutionary automated, accurate and timely Compliance Assistant.”
 
Shiran Weitzman (pictured), CEO at Shield FC, says: “We are delighted to welcome Eran to our team. Bringing someone with Eran’s background into the organisation is a key part of our strategic plans.” He continued “I believe our ability to deliver exceptional solutions and to support our clients is second to none and, with Eran’s skill set, I am very confident that we will be able to widen our client base and partner ecosystem.”
 
Shield 2.0 has been developed to meet regulation requirements, including MiFID II, GDPR, MAR, Dodd Frank and FINRA, for financial institutions to capture, archive, analyse and investigate every single interaction. Shield 2.0 aggregates and analyses data sources (structured and unstructured eComms used throughout the lifecycle of a trade, including voice, email, instant messaging, market data chat, financial messaging, mobile, social media and web, through to order management system data) and delivers an interrogation engine to meet the specific needs of the compliance team; a correlated sequential view of trading events with fast, comprehensive and interactive timeline reporting in an intuitive front-end.

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