Hisa, a leading fintech startup that offers investment solutions, announced that its founder and CEO, Eric Asuma, has resigned from the company.
He has appointed Eric Jackson, previously leading the product and innovation team, as the new CEO, according to a statement from Hisa Technologies on Wednesday.
“I have decided to leave Hisa after an incredible journey since its inception. I will focus on a new venture that I have been working on in the background,” said Asuma.
“I am confident that Hisa will succeed under Eric Jackson’s leadership. He has the skills and vision that match the company’s goals, and I am sure that Hisa has a bright future.”
Eric Jackson has extensive experience in the technology sector and knows how to use technology to solve everyday problems.
He has held executive positions and founded successful tech companies such as MediaPal and Nano Digital. He is the ideal person to lead Hisa’s next stage of growth and innovation.
“I am honoured to take over as Hisa’s CEO and build on the strong foundation that Erick Asuma created,” said Eric Jackson.
“Hisa is transforming the way people invest, and I am excited to steer the company in its next phase of growth. We will improve our technology, increase our market share, and deliver great value to our clients.”
Hisa provides a smooth investment experience to clients through a combination of advanced technology, expert insights, and personalized support.
“Within the next month, we will be introducing an array of options including savings accounts, money market funds, and even the ability to trade leveraged products. These additions will provide our customers with greater flexibility and opportunities for growth in their investment portfolios,” said Eric Jackson.