We serve enterprises worldwide


Headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden


No sanctions, no fines, no need to be an IT expert, no need to know all the rules.


We automate the complex legal decisions behind fast-moving business transactions.

Going through the source code

We embed trust and compliance in online services as a real-time deliverable, with a guaranteed result.

Software developers.

Just imagine the boost to e-business if trust and legal compliance just happened.

About us

TrustWeaver provides a comprehensive cloud-based compliance service for electronic invoicing and other legally critical documents for more than 60 countries. We enable a secure transition that guarantees the elimination of risk and uncertainty for our customers, increasing efficiency and saving both time and money.

We help customers by ensuring they comply with the rapidly changing international regulations in B2B processing. Simultaneously, we help Governments to implement robust and unified process for e-governance, with a distinctive focus on declaring and paying VAT.

With a single technical interface and our unique Compliance MapTM , we provide regulatory and compliance support for more than 60 world-leading B2B integration brokerage vendors such as SAP, IBM and Coupa. Our partner network automatically benefits from providing interoperable legal certainty to millions of trading partners, regardless of changes in legislation.

TrustWeaver’s unique blend of legal and technical expertise allows modern organisations to execute their ERP, workflow, archiving and B2B consolidation strategies with guaranteed respect for the multiple national and sectoral laws governing such transactions.


We identified a problem: An ever-increasing stream of legal requirements for trust and compliance

We noticed three things happening in our market. First, we saw companies that wanted to keep up with laws around digital signatures, time-stamps, secure archiving and similar trust services struggle with clunky trust technology solutions that were built by engineers with little or no understanding of legal processes.
Second, we witnessed their frustration with having to retain external compliance and integration experts to painstakingly keep these technology-only solutions compliant with government requirements.
Finally, we understood it was not going to get easier. Our experience in working with governments and law enforcement bodies made us realize that businesses should prepare for an ever-increasing stream of legal requirements for trust and compliance, and that these requirements would evolve at the same pace as technology.

We addressed it with a unique, fully-hosted compliance service in the cloud

So in the early 2000s, we set out to create an automated compliance service. To get a bit technical, it would be an IT platform that could support a wide range of country-specific or industry-specific trust and compliance matrices. Importantly, it would be easy to configure as requirements changed. We launched our first fully hosted compliance service in 2007. Since then we have grown to become a company that analysts and industry experts consider to be unique in its market coverage as well as its breadth and quality of service. The world around us is largely developing in the way we anticipated a decade ago: legal requirements for trust and compliance are mushrooming up around us.

Cropped shot of computer programmers working on new code

We’re now a leading facilitator in a world of real-time technology controls by governments

We’ve made it easier and more efficient for companies to remain compliant in their business transaction documentation wherever they are around the world. But we have to admit one thing: governments have started to innovate their ways of controlling trade and commerce in ways that surpass even our imagination. TrustWeaver’s unique experience with making compliance available as a service has never been more relevant than it is today. We are a profitable vendor with a unique offering and a superb partner network and customer base. TrustWeaver is backed by Sweden’s leading industry tenors and we’re actively investing in expanding our service portfolio.

Where are we located?

TrustWeaver is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden. Our default processing is in two fully-equipped, highly secure and redundant datacenters on either side of Stockholm.

Where are we located

Certifications and assurance

TrustWeaver’s security and service quality are regularly assessed under some of the most stringent rulesets available for trust and compliance services. Contact us for more information.


TrustWeaver On Demand services are yearly audited by PwC in accordance with International Standard on Assurance Engagements (ISAE 3402) Type II. This audit evaluates the description, design, suitability and operating effectiveness of controls necessary to meet the control objectives.


We were the second company in history to be awarded the status of Qualified Trust Service Provider under the EU eIDAS Regulation in 2016.

Our Values

The people of TrustWeaver come from many parts of the world and enrich the company with their wide variety of experience. We are all different but have one thing in common – the TrustWeaver Spirit – our core values.

  • Committed– We are dedicated and committed to our customers, our colleagues, and the tasks and problems we help each other solve. We care.
  • Trustworthy– We go that extra mile to find the best solutions for our customers and for TrustWeaver as a company. We keep our promises.
  • Versatile – We bring together people with different cultural backgrounds, who provide new perspectives and identify innovative ideas. Our unique mix of legal and technical expertise makes us versatile and is essential to our success.


Christiaan van der Valk

Company President

Co-founder, with a focus on leading the company’s strategic development. Christiaan is a recognized voice on e-business strategy, legal, policy, best practice and commercial issues. Over the past 20 years he has presented at and authored several key papers for high-level international meetings at the OECD, European institutions, the Asia-Europe Meeting, the World Trade Organization and several other UN Agencies. Prior to co-founding TrustWeaver, he served as Deputy Director of Policy and Business Practices at the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC). He was elected a World Economic Forum (WEF) Global Leader for Tomorrow in 2000 and serves as Vice Chair of the ICC Digital Economy Commission. Christiaan co-founded and after a year as Chair now serves as Board member of Digital Trust and Compliance Europe (DTCE). He is a member of the Executive Committee and Chair of the Public Policy Working Group of the European E-Invoicing Service Providers’ Association (EESPA). Dutch and French nationality. Law degree from the Erasmus University in Rotterdam, Netherlands.

Stina Treven

Chief Executive Officer

Stina joined TrustWeaver in March 2015 to take ownership of day-to-day management of the business out of the company’s Stockholm headquarters. Previously CEO at the Sweden-based Risk and Security consultant firm 2Secure. Prior, Stina contributed as CEO at Smoke Free Systems where she developed the company from being a small Swedish start-up to become a fast-growing and highly profitable market leader in Europe and Japan. Stina started her career at Hewlett Packard Sweden. She has extensive board-level experience in business and academia. Stina holds an M.Sc. and Industrial Engineering and Management degree from the University of Linköping.

Johan Borendal

Chief Technology Officer

Co-founder and responsible for maintaining technology leadership and product strategy. Formerly Vice President Engineering for RSA Inc. and President for RSA Security AB in Sweden. Prior to that Johan was VP Engineering for Dynasoft AB, a company that was bought by RSA in 1997. More than 25 years of experience in managing the development of systems and service platforms for the IT security market. Has been on the Board of Directors of FollowIT, PharmaVision, Dynasoft AB and RSA AB. Currently a member of the TrustWeaver board. Master of Science (1988) from the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm. Swedish nationality.

Anna Nordén

General Counsel

Responsible for analyzing regulatory trends, interfacing with regulators and the legal profession, as well as for maintaining excellence in the legal knowledge fed into product development. Anna has an international background in the field of e-commerce and information security from the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL). She teaches IT law at Stockholm University and has served as board member of the Swedish Network for eBusiness and of the Swedish Association for IT and Law. Swedish nationality. Holds an LL.M. degree from Gothenburg University.

Sebastian Elfors

Director of Professional Services

Responsible for TrustWeaver’s professional services and the process of integrating customers and partners with TrustWeaver’s cloud services. Sebastian has 20 years of experience in the international IT security industry. Previously Sebastian has had positions as solution architect at iD2 Technologies, partner manager at SmartTrust, and product manager at Technology Nexus. He has a Master of Science degree in applied physics and electrical engineering (1996) from Linköping University’s Institute of Technology, Sweden. Swedish nationality.

Dag Hedfors

Director of Product Management

Responsible for managing the evolution of the TrustWeaver on Demand Product offering, Dag has over 25 years’ experience of the IT and Telecom industries and has devoted a substantial part of this time to IT security and PKI technology. He has a solid background in product management and product marketing and has held managerial positions at Cap Gemini, iD2 Technologies, SmartTrust and Service Factory. Dag studied electrical engineering at Stanford University and the Linköping Institute of Technology where he received a Master of Science degree in Applied Physics and Electrical Engineering in 1987. He was also recently awarded a Master of Arts with a major in Archaeology from Stockholm University.

Martin Aparicio

Chief Information Officer

Responsible for managing the technical product development and software-as-a-service operations. Martin has more than 20 years experience in designing and developing software. After obtaining a Master of Computer Science at Uppsala university in 1998, he started as a software engineer for RSA Security AB and quickly became Technical Lead for the desktop engineering team. Martin has also worked as a Software Architect for AddTrust AB and Tekki AB. Swedish nationality.

Ilona Prander

Chief Financial Officer

Responsible for Finance and Administration. Ilona has more than 20 years of experience within Accounting and Finance. She has a solid background with building up administrative and financial functions in growing companies and developing tools for Performance Management. Prior to joining TrustWeaver Ilona held CFO positions at Finanstidningen, JobAgent and Nordaq Fresh. Ilona has a Business Degree in Finance Management and Economy from IHM Business School. Swedish nationality.

Board of Directors

Jakob Svärdström, Chairman

Member of the board since 2012 and Executive Chairman since 2014. Independent technology investment advisor to leading Nordic Private Equity and Venture Capital Funds, consultant and board member. Founding Partner at KTH Chalmers Capital. Previous experience include Executive positions at Intentia AB, StreamServe Inc, Kvadrat AB and IBM. Currently holding board seats at Ports Group AB (Executive Chairman) 4C Strategies AB (Vice Chairman) and SECTRA AB (publ.)

Rolf Ljung

Previous Chairman of Board (2005-2013). Experience includes management positions in Dynasoft AB, AR-bolaget AB, ÅF Mandator Stockholm and WM-data Försvarsdata. Ex-board member at Amprah AB and Cereal Base AB.

Johan Borendal

Previous experience include co-founder of Dynasoft AB (acquired by RSA Security AB in 1997). Held the position as Vice President Engineering and President for RSA Security AB in Sweden. Has been on the Board of Directors of PharmaVision, Dynasoft AB, FollowIt and RSA AB.

Stefan Blomqvist

Member of Board since 2012. CEO and founder of 21 Grams. Previous experience include Head of Nordic at StreamServe.

Anders Hellermark

Member of Board since 2015. Consultant in scalable business models. Previous CEO for TrustWeaver with experience from management positions at Tacton Systems, Intentia and IBM. Previous board experience from Optimal Solutions AB, ETP Consulting and Intentia Thailand.



Our people come from all over the world, with a broad diversity of cultural and professional backgrounds.


All bound by a strong desire to build bridges between business and government objectives towards a seamless information society. TrustWeaver currently employs 13 nationalities, covering 15 languages.

Our mission is to be the trusted Cloud service used by the world’s leading business transaction ecosystems for legally critical documents and to build an exceptional company that attracts, develops, and retains unique people. We act as a team that delivers, mentors and cares for its members in the process.

Diversity is essential to our success: by bringing together people with different cultural backgrounds, we search new perspectives and can come up with innovative ideas. The multicultural nature of our workforce is one of our greatest assets.

Working at TrustWeaver will be fast-paced and challenging – however, we always strive to make it a pleasant experience, one that helps you grow as a person and as a professional.

I used to believe that only large multinational companies could afford having multi-lingual, multi-cultural staff covering deep knowledge and expertise in a wide range of disciplines such as legal, financial, business and technical. At TrustWeaver, we have all that, which perfectly meets my background, expectations and needs – readily available in our offices.

— Luis Barriga, Director Business Development, New Countries

Every day we work on resolving issues originating from different jurisdictions in every corner of the world. Naturally, this is complex, fun, interesting and stimulating all at the same time. Getting to do that, with the help of exceptionally skilled colleagues that all have a very hands-on attitude, is a true pleasure.

— Filippa Jörnstedt, Legal Counsel

Filippa Jörnstedt, Legal Counsel

Roman Prazdnov, Integration Manager

Serkan Senturk, Support Engineer