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November 4, 2019

muinmos Hires Conor Ringland as Chief Commercial Officer

RegTech compliance specialist, muinmos has appointed Conor Ringland as Chief Commercial Officer.

Ringland has more than 30 years’ experience in financial services, including Chief Operating Officer at Concordium Foundation, CEO of Walbrook Capital Markets, Head of Financial Markets (Digital) at Lloyds Commercial Bank, and Head of Front Office at Saxo Capital Markets.

At muinmos his focus will be to build the sales channel and accelerate global growth for muinmos PASS – a SaaS based solution which uses AI to deliver real-time compliance checks for financial institutions, speeding up on-boarding and mitigating risk.

"Conor’s in-depth RegTech and financial services knowledge combined with his leadership and management skills are very rare and set him apart from other business leaders. I had the pleasure of working with Conor during my time at Saxo Bank and I can only say that he will be a fantastic addition to our management team," said Remonda Z. Kirketerp-Møller, Founder and CEO, muinmos. "We are super excited that he is joining muinmos as Chief Commercial Officer to help us to maximise growth opportunities. muinmos is scaling fast and Conor will be a huge asset to the business.”

“We have had several years where regulation was seen as a cost and a barrier to doing business, but the market has matured and financial institutions are now realising the benefits of RegTech solutions in terms of cost efficiencies and risk reduction," said Conor Ringland. "This is the optimum time for me to be joining muinmos and a great opportunity to join a visionary organisation with a highly credible, experienced team of innovators."


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