Trulioo announced the appointment of Reno Mathews as the company’s first Chief Compliance Officer.
Mathews has 20 years of experience in building global compliance programs and leading remediation efforts related to regulatory enforcement actions in the banking, money service businesses, crypto and broker-dealer industries. Mathews is a former executive at Google and most recently Meta (aka Facebook).
“Reno’s global compliance expertise is perfectly aligned with the Trulioo mission and will be integral to our continued growth and success around the world,” said Steve Munford, Chief Executive Officer of Trulioo. “His deep understanding of regulatory and compliance needs from a customer’s perspective will inform our product development and ensure we’re continuing to be trusted partners to our clients.”
As Director of Product Integration and Compliance at Meta, Mathews led the new legal obligations program that oversaw the design and implementation of compliance controls globally. Prior to that, Mathews was Chief Operating Officer of Robinhood Money, and Global Chief Compliance Officer of Payments at Google where he managed regulatory licenses and applications across the United States, Europe, Malaysia, Korea, Japan, Australia and Brazil. Mathews has also previously held senior compliance roles at CIT and Citibank.
“Now more than ever, innovation in digital identity across the world is critical, whether it’s navigating across the metaverse, or moving money between countries,” said Reno Mathews, Chief Compliance Officer of Trulioo. “I was born and raised in Zambia and the Trulioo mission of global financial inclusion is core to my values. Joining a team that is at the cutting edge of this effort and is committed to infusing compliance in its product design is incredibly exciting.”
In his role, Mathews will build and oversee compliance programs that support Trulioo customers’ regulatory needs as the company expands its enhanced end-to-end identity platform via Trulioo GlobalGateway, the world’s largest network of identity data and services.