Monaco Appoints Brent Diehl as Senior VP, to Focus on Expanding Operations

Diehl has over 20 years of experience in payments and international business development.

Monaco, payment pioneer and cryptocurrency payment platform provider, has announced the appointment of Brent Diehl as its Senior Vice President of International Expansion. Diehl has served on Monaco’s advisory board since 2016. The appointment is viewed as part of the company’s expansion into foreign markets.

Brent Diehl

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Diehl will be based in Singapore and will lead the company’s expansion into the Asia-Pacific, Europe and North American regions. Diehl has over 20 years of experience in payments and international business development and has worked with renowned payment solution firms including VISA and Western Union in senior-level positions, according to his LinkedIn profile. Prior to this appointment, he was the Managing Director of Singapore-based Alliance Payment Solutions for more than 3 years.

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Commenting on the appointment, Kris Marszalek, co-founder and CEO of Monaco, said: “Brent’s wealth of industry experience and knowledge makes him a key hire as we continue to expand into new markets and bring cryptocurrency to every wallet. With his extensive experience, we are confident that Monaco’s expansion to Europe and North America will be a smooth and successful process, and we look forward to introducing our Monaco cards to the rest of the world.”

Diehl said: “I am thrilled to be part of the leadership team at Monaco and for the opportunity to apply my expertise to drive our rapid growth across the markets. Having served on Monaco’s advisory board, I’m confident and eager to push forward our mission of delivering innovative financial products that make it easier for consumers to transact using cryptocurrency.”


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