Blockchain Intelligence Firm TRM Labs Expands US Presence, Makes Key Appointments

TRM Labs, a leading provider of blockchain intelligence solutions, has made two key appointments to its US sales team. Ethan Bronstein has joined as VP National Security Sales, while LC Cook has been appointed as VP Civilian Sales. These strategic hires demonstrate TRM Labs’ commitment to serving public sector customers.

Bronstein has over 15 years of experience in supporting the National Security enterprise, with a focus on the North American Defense and Security Market. His previous role at Premise Data Inc involved driving and scaling the company’s public sector market. Bronstein is passionate about leveraging software and technology to drive operational outcomes that benefit the US Government and its allies.

Cook, on the other hand, has 25+ years of experience in the industry and will be leading North American Federal Civilian sales for TRM Labs. She previously served as the Vice President of the AI Search Government business unit at Yext, where she delivered AI-driven solutions and services to clients across various sectors.

Patrick South, Global Head of Sales at TRM Labs, expressed his enthusiasm for the new hires, highlighting their valuable experience and their role in supporting the company’s expanding federal customer base and go-to-market strategy.

Earlier this year, TRM Labs announced the launch of Crypto Compliance and Investigations Certifications within TRM Academy, an online learning portal designed for investigators. This move further solidifies TRM Labs’ position as a leader in blockchain intelligence solutions.

Esteban Castaño, co-founder and CEO of TRM Labs, commented on the appointments, stating that the company remains focused on providing exceptional support for clients and building the best blockchain intelligence team in the world.

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