Stockholm, Aug, 2018 – Trustly, the European payments company, announces the appointment of Hans Hoffmann as General Manager in Germany. Based in Trustly’s Cologne office Hans will drive Trustly’s business in the DACH area and manage the local team.
Hans has extensive experience within online payments and a well-established network in the eCommerce and Payments industry. Hans has over the last 10 years held several senior positions as a leader and sales manager, most recently at Klarna Group, where he was Director Sales International at Sofort and Head of the DACH Partner Management team.
Oscar Berglund, CEO of Trustly, said: “As we serve an increasing amount of merchants in the German market, we are very glad to have Hans on board. His experience, market knowledge and existing relationships will be of great help for Trustly as we grow in Germany and the rest of the DACH region.”
Hans Hoffmann, the new GM for Trustly Germany, said: “I am delighted to join Trustly and look forward tostrengthen Trustly’s international footprint by forging new partnerships in Germany and Austria.With the existing and upcoming e-payment products, Trustly is in an excellent position to drive the e-commerce business of both national and international merchants in Germany and Austria massively.
Founded in 2008, Trustly Group AB is a Swedish FinTech company that makes online banking e-payments fast, simple and secure. The company offers cross-border payments to and from consumer bank accounts at over 3,000 banks in 29 European markets and connects businesses and consumers within e-commerce, travel, gaming and financial services. In 2017 and 2018, the Financial Times ranked Trustly as one of the fastest growing companies in Europe on the FT1000 list and the London Stock Exchange recognized Trustly as one of Europe’s most inspiring, fast-growing companies.
Trustly has 220 employees and is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden, with regional offices in Spain, Malta, Germany and the UK. Trustly is a licensed Payment Institution under the supervision of the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority. Read more at www.trustly.com