Tiffani McCoy, former assistant general counsel at Intuit, was recently named general counsel at HBUS, the world’s leading blockchain asset solutions provider.
At Intuit, she drove new business initiatives while helping the company navigate complex regulatory frameworks on a global scale.
McCoy is the first African-American woman to serve as General Counsel at a digital currency marketplace.
“Tiffani has helped scale some of the largest technology companies in Silicon Valley, defining complex legal and regulatory guidelines,” said Frank Fu, CEO of HBUS. “Her insight and experience with new and innovative technologies will be a major asset for HBUS as we gear up to become one of the top digital currency marketplaces in the United States.”
During her 20-year tenure at leading technology companies such as Google and Yahoo, McCoy gained experience in FinTech & money movement, product development, regulatory compliance, government affairs, data privacy and protection, FCRA, consumer protection, marketing, and legal operations.
“Blockchain and digital currency offer some of the most innovative technological and financial opportunities for global evolution,” said Tiffani McCoy. “In order for that to happen and for more people to benefit from this wave of innovation, it is critical for us to diversify the voices and participants in this industry. I am excited to join the HBUS team and be a leading voice in initiatives to drive conscious leadership and increased diversity.”
A graduate of USC Gould School of Law the University of Oklahoma in Organizational and Small Group Communication where she earned an M.A., McCoy began her education at Ithaca College where she obtained a B.S. in Television and Radio.