NetCents Technology, a leading player in crypto currency market payments technology has revealed the addition of Mr. Jannies Flachsmann to its advisory board in its latest announcement. The incoming executive is a veteran with nearly 13 years of legal experience primarily focusing on Switzerland and European market region. Before taking up his current role as member of Advisory board, he spent more than two and a half years serving as Senior Attorney at GHM Partners AG and worked on Legal, Tax and Fiduciary Matters. Earlier in his career, he served as an Attorney at Weidmann Rudolf & Partners and at Lichtsteiner Rechtsanwaelte where he spent more than 10 years as per information in his LinkedIn profile.
During this period Jannis was based out of Zug, Switzerland and worked for the Civil Court of Canton of Zug. Jannis holds a masters degree in Law from Fordham University in New York and is a registered member of Bar Association in Switzerland. Jannis’s addition to the team comes at a crucial time as the crypto payments service provider bolsters its efforts to expand its presence in European market. As part of this plan, the firm is currently working to create specific resources dedicated to servicing European Customers from operational, banking and sales perspective.
Commenting on his new role at the firm, Jannis said “I have been watching the cryptocurrency and blockchain industry mature for the last few years, but I think that 90% of the growth is still to come. I am very excited to bring my unique experience, legal skill set, and connections to NetCents”.
Speaking about Mr. Flachsmann’s addition to the advisory board, Clayton Moore – Founder & CEO of NetCents Technology said “Mr. Flachsmann will bring a unique dimension to our advisory board and add immensely to our capabilities to react to a very dynamic landscape. The taxation considerations of cryptocurrency are extremely complicated. Having someone as well versed as Mr. Flachsmann will give us a strategic edge in winning the large international corporate customers we are now soliciting”.
Mr. Moore also added “Europeans are more focused on having financial capabilities that aren’t tied directly to government agencies. They are more open to the cryptocurrency products we are building, so we are going to capitalize on that momentum” in reference to the firm’s efforts geared at further expansion of European footprint.