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Limepay appoints Ashish Ray & Marie Selim as data head & risk & compliance manager
Fri, 17th Jun 2022
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The innovative payments platform has announced two new appointments to its executive leadership team, naming Ashish Ray as data head and Marie Selim as risk and compliance manager.

Ray is a data management and data analytics specialist with over 14 years' experience in delivering data-driven solutions in Australia and the US.

He has worked in data analytics advisory roles at some of the world's most prestigious firms, including State Street LLC and Ernst - Young specialising in data aggregation, data risk, data governance, data quality and liquidity and credit and market risk reporting.

Prior to joining Limepay, Ray led risk and finance data quality teams at Westpac and was responsible for finding solutions to and fixing data problems, including data control gaps for prioritised critical data elements.

Ray has also worked at KPMG, leading engagement with key clients, including Commonwealth Bank and Macquarie Bank.

Selim transitioned into this field after previously practising as a corporate lawyer and, most recently, was a senior advisor to the Commonwealth Treasury.

Selim will act as resident AML/CTF specialist and work closely with the teams to ensure that Limepay's products and services are compliant with the latest regulations.

Both Ray and Selim will play instrumental roles in strengthening Limepay's capabilities in helping businesses manage payments more smartly and cost-effectively by way of a brand-first payments platform focused on driving growth opportunities for its customers and partners.

"As Limepay continues to flourish we continue to invest in the very best talent," Limepay CEO Willie Pang says.

"Ashish and Marie bring vast experience to the table and I'm excited to see Limepay continue to go from strength-to-strength supported by the knowledge and expertise they both bring to the business."