- The Libra Association announced Robert Werner as its general counsel today.
- Moreover, Wernes has great experience from both the public and private sectors.
- Furthermore, Facebook’s significant cryptocurrency Libra appears to be placing itself as a future payment solution for the public.
The Libra Association announced Robert Werner as its general counsel today. It seems that the association is adding firepower to its leadership.
Werner over Facebook Libra Coin Association
The new general counsel enhances more governing and financial compliance to the stablecoin and blockchain projects that are inspired by Facebook.
However, the exclusive transition in Libra Association seems to be pointing that the Libra is very much serious about the mass adoption of digital assets.
Moreover, Wernes has great experience from both the public and private sectors. He worked as the director for the Finance Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN). He was looking at both HSBC and Goldman Sachs’ enterprise executive.
Besides this, Werner is the founder and ex-CEO of GRH Consulting. Also, he was appointed as the director of the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC).
Libra Working To Change The Future Retail Payments
With this exclusive appointment, Wener addressed that he shaped his career struggling financial crime and supporting complex organizations to achieve regulatory compliance, both in government and in the private sector. Libra is working for a future where they could change the retail payments, he added.
Additionally, he finds a great opportunity to join the Libra Association and is looking forward to dedicatedly contributing to such an impactful venture.
Furthermore, Facebook’s significant cryptocurrency Facebook Libra Coin appears to be placing itself as a future payment solution for the public. The association has indeed created awareness for digital assets and stablecoins.
On the other hand, this executive change in Libra Association has just arrived after the announcement of Libra’s new CEO Stuart Levey who was the former secretary for terrorism to President Barack Obama.