Elliptic 吸引了来自金融科技独角兽 OakNorth 的新 CTO

Elliptic, the global leader in cryptoasset risk management, today announces that Jackson Hull has joined Elliptic as Chief Technology Officer.

With over 20 years in technology between San Francisco and London, Hull brings a depth of relevant experience in SaaS to Elliptic. An expert in building innovative and scalable analytics and data platforms, Hull has developed award-winning products across financial services sectors.

He was most recently at fintech OakNorth, where he led Product, Information Security, Engineering and Design teams in building the company’s credit risk analytics platform.  

Prior, he was CTO at well-known British insurtech brand GoCo Group, developing and scaling high-volume transactional platforms in heavily regulated markets. Hull’s experience working with global financial institutions means he comes with significant insight into the challenges faced by Elliptic’s customers, and his passion for building world-class engineering teams resonated strongly with the Elliptic team. 

Hull joins just as Elliptic launches its next-generation blockchain analytics engine, which establishes a new standard for crypto risk management with Holistic Screening. 

“I’m excited to join Elliptic at a time when investments in the company’s technology stack are allowing us to do things that were previously impossible in this space. Every day we get to help our customers make better decisions and manage down their cost of compliance. It’s great to have the brightest minds in crypto and data on the team.” said Hull. 

“Having someone with Jackson Hull’s background and experience join our leadership team validates Elliptic’s vision to make a world powered by crypto fairer and safer for all,” said Simone Maini, CEO at Elliptic. 

“Elliptic is building the next generation of blockchain analytics – and we have the team to do it. We can’t be beaten at scalable, efficient compliance when we combine our unmatched technological capabilities with the unparalleled quality of our team.”