CEO and FounderKinectify
Member Since August 2022
I'm an anti-money laundering (AML) professional with experience in gaming, banking, and cannabis. In 2020, I founded Kinectify to address AML risk management in the sports betting and casino industry. We’ve since expanded into Canada serving gaming operators in both the US and Canada. Prior to jumping into AML risk management, I served in the U.S. Marine Corps from 2001 to 2009 and was deeply involved in international affairs earning an M.A. in Middle East Studies from The George Washington University and working and interning in Washington, D.C. on Middle East affairs issues at the State Department and a leading Syrian humanitarian and policy non-profit. My AML credentials include Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS) with a designation in Counter-Terrorist Financing and a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE).
Nov 22, 2022
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Try these tips to nurture current B2B or B2C relationships and attract new ones. For more than a decade, social media has quickly emerged as one of the most dynamic ways for companies to connect with their clients and address their concerns in real time. Not only are marketing teams utilizing their ability to showcase the brand's latest products and services, other business leaders are leaning in to make themselves visible as a trusted thought leadership source in uncertain times. Below, 11 experts from Fast Company Executive Board discuss their strategies to help managers elevate their communication tactics by expanding their audience on some of their highest-performing social media channels.
Nov 3, 2022
Holding fast and spreading the word about what your company truly believes in may galvanize new partnerships and potential customers. To establish a winning brand that has true purpose, make your company's mission personal not only to yourself but your entire team. So stand firm on the core values of your business and surround yourself with the right stakeholders who are willing to champion your brand and help execute its goals. If you're authentically passionate about providing products and services that can solve your clients' problems, your credibility as a reliable establishment in the field will continue to grow. Below are 15 Fast Company Executive Board members to share their ideas and increase your influence in the marketplace.
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It's all about functionality and getting customers excited about engaging in a new experience. A recent report indicates that the demand for business apps in America is still on the rise. But creating a successful platform is not as easy as it looks. If you have an idea for a new app that has the potential to grow your clientele, do your homework, first, before you try to sell it. Initially, your primary focus should be to develop the best user experience and interface design possible, making sure that it's something that really works. Below are six experts from Fast Company Executive Board to help you implement effective brand marketing strategies to deliver on your promises that will get the right audience or investment partners onboard with your company's mobile solution once it's ready for launch.
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Kinectify is an AML risk management technology company serving gaming operators both in the US and Canada. Kinectify’s modern AML platform seamlessly integrates all of an organization’s data into a single view and workflow empowering gaming companies to efficiently manage risk across their enterprise. In addition, Kinectify’s advisory services enhance gaming operators’ capacity with industry experts who can design and test programs, meet compliance deadlines, and even provide outsource services for the day-to-day administration of compliance programs.