Based in Belgrade, Serbia, Jan Lenhart was recently promoted to Chief Technology Officer for consultancy firm Comyno’s C-ONE suite, a fintech software system built to deliver straight-through processing of securities finance business activities. The C-ONE suite addresses many challenges faced by clients, including advancing efficiency across the entire securities finance process and value chain – even more so within the fragmented and complex framework of most market participants. Lenhart, who joined Comyno in 2018 as a senior software development engineer, has played a crucial role in the development of several critical projects for the company. As CTO of the C-ONE suite, he brings a deep understanding of the latest web technologies and a commitment to delivering high-quality products.
Prior to Comyno, Lenhart spent six years as a software development engineer at Nordeus, a Serbian mobile game developer headquartered in New Belgrade. During Lenhart's tenure at Nordeus, the studio's debut game Top Eleven Football Manager, reached the top of the grossing charts in 23 countries on Android and 68 countries on the App Store in 2013. Nordeus was previously a privately held company until June 2021, when it was acquired by Take-Two Interactive for $378 million.
Prior to joining the workforce full-time, Lenhart held a few part-time positions which paved the way for his success in the world of technology. During his student years in Serbia, he was a student assistant in the electrical engineering department at the University of Belgrade from October 2009 to March 2012. While he was still an undergraduate, he also had a part-time job as a software engineer for H&L Electronics, working there from 2009-2010.
Lenhart holds a Master of Science in computer software engineering from the Department of Electrical Engineering at the University of Belgrade. He completed his graduate studies in 2017. Prior to this, he received a Bachelor of Science in software engineering from the Department of Electrical Engineering at the University of Belgrade and completed his undergraduate studies in 2016. He is also a graduate of the Belgrade-based High School of Electrical Engineering, “Nikola Tesla.”