Welcoming our new CCO, Edward Ungar

It’s a big day here at Onfido, as Ed Ungar joins our growing team as Chief Commercial Officer.

As a former Director of Channel Partnerships EMEA at Google, Ed was responsible for launching and developing Google’s strategic partnerships in local advertising throughout Europe. Prior to his 9 year stint at Google, Ed worked for the Financial Times in the UK, US and Hong Kong, and at Goldman Sachs in Paris, Milan and London.

As CCO, Ed will be focusing on Onfido’s global expansion. With his extensive knowledge of regional markets and of building international partnerships and teams, he’s the perfect person to help take us to the next level of growth, and we are delighted to have him on board.

2015 has been an eventful year for Onfido. We’ve secured Series A funding, expanded our team to over 50 people, and have welcomed new flagship clients and partners including RelayRides, Deliveroo and Intuit Workforce (formerly Playbook HR). We’re looking forward to 2016, a year that will see Onfido expand across the US, where our presence hasn’t gone unnoticed since the recent opening of our new office in San Francisco.

When we founded Onfido, our vision was to solve a real-world problem for global business using technology. Three years on, a lot has changed but our vision remains the same. With Ed on our team, Onfido is on track to build on what we’ve achieved and bring our services to clients across the globe.


Onfido is a global, automated background checking platform. Through the use of artificial intelligence and machine learning, Onfido’s technology allows global companies to quickly and seamlessly verify the identities of their users as well as check for criminal and other records. Founded in 2012, Onfido has raised a $5.3 million in funding from Wellington Partners, CrunchFund and Oxford University.

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Husayn is Onfido's CEO, and the smile behind the company. An entrepreneur by nature, Husayn was only 12 when he started up his first business: selling foreign music online.