Digital asset services startup Dinara announced the appointments of Victor Guerra as head of compliance and Yanire Martes as general counsel.

In their respective roles, Martes and Guerra will help build Dinara’s legal and compliance function. Guerra will report to Martes, and Martes will report directly to Laurence Latimer, chief executive and co-founder.

Before joining Dinara, Guerra served as chief compliance officer for PrePaid-USA, where he oversaw BSA/AML, OFAC, fraud, and compliance operations, reporting to the board of directors. Previously, Guerra served as assistant vice president in the central risk and controls office at MUFG. Earlier in his career, he was supervisor of a financial intelligence unit at California United Bank and vice president in the head of fraud and operations risk office at East West Bank.

Prior to joining Dinara, Martes served as head of legal, Americas for OANDA Corporation, where she was the legal and regulatory lead for the U.S. launch of cryptocurrencies and other crypto product and trading offerings. Earlier in her career, Martes served as attorney at Morgan Stanley, working with derivatives sales and trading desks and clients in Latin America. Previously, she was legal counsel at Redd Intelligence and assistant general counsel at International Swaps and Derivatives Association.