Tremau’s mission is to build a digital world that is safe and beneficial for all

Sensing the mounting pressure for online services to protect their users online and comply in a fast-changing regulatory landscape, Tremau’s founders saw the need to enhance Trust & Safety processes making them more efficient and effective.

Tremau was founded in 2021 by a team of INSEAD and MIT entrepreneurs and technology and policy experts.


The team has first-hand experience in building multiple successful start-ups, leading international regulatory negotiations, managing regulatory and operational risks, and developing cutting-edge AI and digital technologies.

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Building multiple successful start-ups and products

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Leading international regulatory negotiations and initiatives in trust & safety

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Managing regulatory and operational risks

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Expertise on risk and regulatory issues and on AI and data intensive technologies

Meet the Team

Louis-Victor 

de Franssu

Co-founder & CEO

Pal

Boza

Co-founder & COO

Theos

Evgeniou

Co-founder & CIO

Vangelis

Stykas

CTO

Krish

Buchet

CSO

Joel

Sooriah

Senior Product Manager

Polichronis

Charalampidis

Software Developer

Sonney

Patel

Full stack developer

Noah 

Douglas

Policy analyst

Lalaine

Albaytar

Policy and Marketing Analyst

Ian

Christensen

Analyst

Toshali

Sengupta

Policy analyst

Advisory Council

Foster

Provost

Advisory Council

Konstantinos

Komaitis

Advisory Council

Stéphane

Dugin

Advisory Council

Katie

Boyd

Advisory Council

Board

Lilia

Jolibois

Board member

Jean-Eudes

Leroy

Co-founder & board member

Did you know?

The name Tremau pays tribute to the French engineer Charles Pierre Tremaux (1859–1882), the inventor of “Tremaux’s algorithm” — conceived to find a clear way out of any maze. 

Today, It’s this very idea that guides us as we create solutions to help companies navigate through the labyrinth of regulations and new risks, modern technologies like online platforms and AI create. 

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