ComplySci appoints CTO, CPO, and CLO to further regtech’s product expansion

Rick Steves

ComplySci offers compliance software used by more than 1400 global institutions to identify risk and address regulatory compliance challenges.

ComplySci has appointed Helen Johnson as chief technology officer, Robert Keller, CFA, to the position of chief product officer and Eric Przybisiki as chief legal officer, as part of the regtech firm’s rapid growth and product offering expansion.

Will Bressman, President at ComplySci, commented: “Following an incredible year of growth and expansion, we are excited to continue growing our team with leaders who will drive innovation and development, as well as a visionary product leadership to continue to create new solutions for our growing customer base.

“We’re very excited to have found such outstanding leaders in Helen and Robert, and to have recently promoted Eric Przybisiki, who has played an integral part in our success over the past several years. With more than 70 years of combined experience in both the United States and European markets, they will provide significant value to ComplySci as we support the dynamic needs of financial service institutions around the world.”

Technology, Product, and Legal

Helen Johnson joins ComplySci as Chief Technology Officer after serving as the CTO at Data Dynamics, Inc. with previous roles at AIG where she held numerous leadership positions, including serving as the global head of information technology delivery partnership, head of science technology and chief data officer, as well as at Thompson Reuters Eikon, RBS Global Banking and Markets, and Bloomberg.

Helen Johnson, Chief Technology Officer at ComplySci, said: “I am incredibly pleased to be joining the ComplySci family of firms. The company is an innovative leader in compliance solutions, and I look forward to working with our teams to continue to enhance our products as we find new and valuable ways to help our customers meet their compliance needs.”

Robert Keller, CFA, joins ComplySci as Chief Product Officer after serving as Head of Product at Clearwater Analytics, where he was responsible for creating and executing the strategy for the investment management market vertical. Prior to that, he worked for Eze Software, where he held numerous leadership positions in his long tenure with the company, including serving as chief product officer, chief strategy officer and managing director for Europe.

Robert Keller, Chief Product Officer at ComplySci, said: “I’m thrilled to join ComplySci at this critical moment of growth in the company’s history. Amy has created a strong team, which has helped the company make tremendous strides as a leading provider of tech-enabled employee compliance solutions for the financial services sector. I look forward to working with the entire team to continuously improve our best-in-class solutions.”

Eric Przybisiki was appointed ComplySci as Chief Legal Officer after serving as general counsel since 2018. Prior to joining ComplySci, he served as North American general counsel at Atos and counsel and assistant secretary at Siemens IT Solutions and Services. His career includes the role of director of business and legal affairs at Troma Entertainment, as well as negotiator and counsel for Hyperion Solutions Corporation, contracts counsel at HSS, Inc. and senior counsel at Westcon Group, Inc.

Eric Przybisiki, Chief Legal Officer at ComplySci, stated: “I have been honored to have worked alongside Amy and the team for the last four years as the company has grown and evolved. I have seen firsthand what ComplySci can accomplish and am excited about what the future holds as we continue to invest in and build upon our comprehensive suite of products and offerings.”

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