Sujay Jaladi leaves Ripple for Harbor

Harbor has raised more than $40 million and is backed by the likes of Founders Fund, Andreessen Horowitz, Craft Ventures, Vy Capital, Fifth Wall, Valor Equity Partners and Pantera Capital

Sujay Jaladi, Ripple’s Head of Information Security, is departing the San Francisco-based blockchain giant for Harbor.

He is taking on the role of Chief Information Security Officer at the startup that deals with private securities.

“Sujay has the perfect blend of FinTech and blockchain experience to accelerate our efforts to build a trusted platform for issuers, investors and regulators,” says Bob Remeika, Harbor CTO and Co-founder.

“Harbor is bringing traditional finance to blockchain, which requires institutional-grade systems, processes and procedures. Sujay’s experience building institutional-grade programmes will be invaluable to ensuring the safety of customer data and complying with regulatory requirements.”

“I’ve followed Harbor’s progress for some time and am excited to help deliver a highly secure service that issuers and investors can rely on to make critical financial transactions,” says Jaladi, who has also worked at Gusto, Prosper Marketplace, Xoom Corporation (a PayPal service), and Hightail.

“The mission to reengineer private securities is an exciting opportunity and Harbor is well positioned to lead.”

Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed by the author should not be considered as financial advice. We do not give advice on financial products.

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