GeoComply appoints Lindsey Drake as CFO, Kelly Schaefer as Chief Human Resources Officer

July 6, 2023
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With these new appointments, now more than 60% of GeoComply's leadership team are women.

GeoComply Solutions, a provider of anti-fraud and geolocation technology, has appointed Lindsey Drake as its CFO and Kelly Schaefer as its Chief Human Resources Officer.

As CFO, Drake will oversee the financial operations of GeoComply. As Chief Human Resources Officer, Schaefer will lead GeoComply’s human resources strategy, with a particular focus on talent acquisition and development.

Drake and Schaefer’s appointments mean that women now account for more than 60% of GeoComply’s leadership team.

Anna Sainsbury, GeoComply CEO, said, "We are thrilled to welcome Lindsey and Kelly to the GeoComply team. Their extensive expertise and leadership in their respective fields will be instrumental in guiding our financial strategy and strengthening our talent capabilities.

"As we continue to expand our market presence and develop groundbreaking cybersecurity solutions, their contributions will be critical in driving our growth and further solidifying our position as a global leader."

GeoComply makes fraud prevention and cybersecurity technology to detect the location of fraud and help clients identify a user’s true digital identity. GeoComply’s solutions are installed in more than 400m devices and analyze more than 1bn transactions each month.

Its products are based on technologies developed for US online gaming and the sports betting market. In addition to iGaming, GeoComply provides geolocation fraud detection for video broadcasters and online banking, payments and cryptocurrency industries.

Its customers include Akamai, Amazon Prime Video, BBC, BetMGM, DraftKings, FanDuel and Sightline.


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