AML BitCoin Appoints Ricaurte Vasquez to Board of Advisors
LAS VEGAS, Oct. 25, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — NAC Foundation, LLC, creator of the digital currency AML BitCoin, announced the appointment of Ricaurte “Catin” Vasquez to its board of advisors. Vasquez brings his more than 40 years of professional experience to the company, having worked with companies like General Electric and the Panama Canal, and in industries ranging from energy to finance and consulting.
He will serve on the board alongside Neil Sunkin, Raymond Robertson, John Crawford and Natko Vlahovic, advising AML BitCoin in its continued advancement as the only AML-KYC-compliant cryptocurrency.
“International expansion is on the forefront of our mind when selecting advisors,” said Marcus Andrade, AML BitCoin’s founder and chief executive officer. “We have a great group of individuals with a wide range of expertise and experience to serve on our board. I am confident that our advisors will help us plot a strong path forward for AML BitCoin as we continue global development.”
Vasquez is currently the president and CEO of consulting firm Sigma Management Advisors Corporation. He previously held several leadership roles at General Electric (GE), most recently as executive director. During his time at GE, Vasquez oversaw business growth over a two-year period of doubled product orders for Central America and the Caribbean. He has also served on the board of directors for the Panama Canal; Petroterminal de Panama; and several international companies based in the Panama.
“Cryptocurrency is rapidly advancing, and AML BitCoin offers a unique product in the market,” Vasquez said. “I am excited to join the AML BitCoin board of advisors, and I look forward to using my experience to further expand the company’s offering.”
Collectively, the AML BitCoin board of advisors has experience in politics, law, business, communication, education, strategic advising and crisis management.
Neil Sunkin is a former partner of a national law firm. He has over 32 years of experience in business and commercial matters, corporate governance, banking, financial institutions and real estate. Sunkin has a keen interest in the emerging law that will govern cryptocurrencies and the digital coin industry.
Raymond Robertson is a political strategist and public speaker with experience in conference planning and event management. He has been involved in politics in Scotland, Westminster and Europe for over 25 years. Robertson is a strong communicator with knowledge in crisis management and strategic advice.
John Crawford is a founding partner of Halogen Communications. Previously, he worked in the Scottish Parliament, developing policy, working on campaign strategy and interacting with the media. Throughout his career, Crawford has developed an understanding of civil service protocol and the workings of government at Westminster.
Natko Vlahovic is currently an untitled governor at the American Chamber of Commerce in Croatia. He previously founded two companies: Vlahovic Group LLC, a specialized government relations firm in Croatia and Croatia-EU Business Council, which advocates and promotes Croatian business interests. Vlahovic frequently lectures and writes about public affairs, lobbying and political representation for private- and public-sector organizations in Croatia and abroad.
The NAC Foundation created AML BitCoin with anti-money laundering, anti-terrorism and anti-theft properties built into the coin’s code. For more information about NAC Foundation and AML BitCoin, visit www.amlbitcoin.com. Potential investors and other interested parties can visit www.amltoken.com to learn more.
About NAC Foundation:
NAC Foundation, headquartered in the U.S. and a member of the American Bank Association, created AML BitCoin and its predecessor digital currency, the Aten Coin, both of which were built with anti-money laundering, anti-terrorism and theft-resistant properties built into the coin. As a result, they are compliant with numerous laws, including Anti-Money Laundering (AML), PATRIOT Act, Bank Secrecy Act and Anti-Fraud and Financial Crimes (AFF). NAC’s mission is to strengthen the social sector by advancing knowledge about the use of regulated digital currencies and blockchain technology globally.