TransferGo hires former Revolut man as new compliance chief
Digital remittance service Transfergo has hired Francesco Fulcoli as its new chief compliance officer.
In his new role Fulcoli will be responsible for leading the delivery of “cutting-edge experience” on know your customer (KYC) compliance, as well as anti-money laundering (AML) and counter-terrorism financing (CFT) prevention processes.
Prior to Transfergo, Fulcoli worked as compliance project manager at fintech unicorn Revolut in its financial investigation unit.
Fulcoli has also spent time at the International Olympic Committee and the Italian parliament as a compliance officer, and over six years at Oppenheimer & Co as a compliance AML officer.
Daumantas Dvilinskas, CEO and co-founder of TransferGo, says that the hire fits the firm’s “entrepreneurial, customer-obsessed culture.”
He adds: “His experience and mindset really stood-out to us, and we’re looking forward to fully embracing him as part of the TransferGo team.”