Corsight AI is continuing to round out its executive suite with an eye toward international expansion. The company has now brought on Moshe Fink to serve as its new Chief Financial Officer, after previously announcing that it would be building up its team to lay the groundwork for that expansion in March of 2021.
For his part, Fink is joining Corsight following a stint as CFO at Axilion, which similarly specializes in AI technology. He will bring more than 20 years of financial experience to the position, 15 of which have been spent in some kind of management or CFO role at companies like Amazon, Oracle, and EY. Corsight is hoping that Fink will be able to leverage that experience to create a financial strategy that can sustain Corsight’s future growth, and scale its operations over the course of several business cycles.
“I am pleased to appoint Moshe Fink as our new CFO,” said Corsight CEO Rob Watts. “He has a strong track record in leading financial operations and creating efficiencies at high-quality organisations. We are excited to add him to our executive team, as we scale and build on the widespread customer adoption and demand for our unrivalled AI technology.”
“I am thrilled to join Corsight AI to further its mission in enhancing the world of ethical facial recognition technologies,” added Fink. “I look forward to contributing to Corsight’s world-class team and helping the company realise its strategic priorities as it scales.”
Fink will work out of Corsight’s head offices in Tel Aviv. Corsight itself recently revealed that it would be building up its offices in the United States to meet the growing demand for its facial recognition technology, and it has already appointed a pair of new executives to lead its push into the Asian market. The company’s solution demonstrated a significant reduction in bias in its latest NIST evaluation.
May 30, 2022 – by Eric Weiss