At Panalytics, it's our mission to help Financial Services firms proactively manage regulatory compliance risk and violations through the use of innovative, best-in-class software. It's increasingly difficult to navigate the ever-evolving regulatory landscape, and status-quo surveillance processes and tools, erected over a decade ago, aren't making the job any easier. It's our goal to provide the next-generation of surveillance software, assisting compliance teams in their quest to become a more proactive, integral part of their organizations.
Panalytics Comply® is revolutionary surveillance software that provides Financial Services firms with an entirely new way to identify, manage and respond to regulatory risk and compliance violations. By merging the latest techniques in violation identification with the proven workflow of traditional surveillance solutions, Panalytics Comply® offers firms the first viable alternative to broken and outdated surveillance processes and tools.
Meet the Panalytics Team
Experienced. Dedicated. Driven.
Christopher Ricciuti is co-founder and CEO of Panalytics. Chris has over 15 years of Financial Services industry expertise at the convergence of regulatory compliance and technology. Most recently, he served as a Vice President at Proofpoint (NASDAQ:PFPT), where he worked to help Financial Services firms navigate the often complex regulatory compliance landscape. Prior to Proofpoint, Chris founded eDynamics, a software start-up that enabled regulated organizations to compliantly leverage social media and was acquired in 2013. Earlier in his career, he was the Head of Technology for a boutique investment bank. Chris holds an MBA from Babson College.
Christopher Amatulli is co-founder and CTO of Panalytics, where he brings over 15 years of experience in the Financial Services industry related to compliance, regulatory surveillance and data loss prevention (DLP). Christopher worked as an architect at Orchestria, one of the leading regulatory surveillance solutions and then at CA, after it acquired Orchestria. He then started the consulting services company, Technically Creative, which specialized in advanced deployments of surveillance, DLP and advanced data analytics. Technically Creative has become an asset to many of the world's largest largest Financial Services organizations, known for helping to ensure regulatory compliance.
Daniel Flax is the Vice President, Professional Services for Broadway Technology, a provider of high performance transaction platforms. In this role, Daniel is responsible for supporting Broadway's clients with implementation and consulting services. Prior to this, Daniel was Vice President, Engineering for CAN Capital a leading provider of financing for small businesses. Prior to joining CAN, Mr. Flax was the CIO for TheStreet and CIO at Cowen and Company. Earlier in his career, Mr. Flax was a Managing Director for the New York Stock Exchange, where he was responsible for Trading Technology and the NYSE's transition to a Hybrid Market. Mr. Flax holds a Bachelors of Science in Electrical Engineering from Columbia University and he was an Undergraduate Research Fellow in High Energy Astrophysics at CalTech in a joint program with the Jet Propulsion Laboratory and NASA.
Jim has been an investment banker since 1983. He is the Founder and Managing Partner of Stonepine Advisors, LLC, and his industry expertise covers the spectrum of technology companies with a particular focus on security software and services companies. Prior to founding Stonepine Advisors, he was a Senior Advisor to Needham & Company, LLC, a nationally recognized investment banking and asset management firm. He had been associated with Needham & Company, LLC, since January 2004 serving in various capacities including Head of West Coast Investment Banking and Head of the Software Investment Banking Group. Previously he was a Managing Director at J.P. Morgan Securities, Inc., where he led the Systems and Semiconductor practice, and a Managing Director in the Technology Group of Warburg Dillon Read, the global investment banking division of UBS AG.
Vivian Ying is an enterprise technology strategist at Microsoft and an advisor to its premier financial services and legal sector clients. Vivian brings 18+ years of experience in enterprise technology and software, management consulting, business development and operations. Prior to Microsoft, Vivian advised banking and capital markets clients at Slalom Consulting on financial technology, customer and enterprise intelligence, risk management and regulatory compliance. Vivian was previously director and head of enterprise business technology at Houlihan Lokey, a global investment bank. Earlier in her career, Vivian led enterprise financial systems, business intelligence and analytics groups at Lehman Brothers. She also held progressive roles managing large product initiatives and global transformational programs at IHS Inc., an information services company. Vivian holds an MA in International Studies and an MS in Computer Science from University of Denver.