Bankorus is the first AI-powered, crypto-wealth management platform and security token marketplace built on the blockchain.
Our mission is to unlock the more than $60,000,000,000,000 USD ($60T) in traditional assets held by high net worth individuals (or HNWIs) and move it into crypto. HNWI now only hold less than one-hundredth of a percent of their wealth in crypto. Traditionally, HNWIs are always the first big movers into a new asset class. We believe crypto is no different, and Bankorus will be the main platform where HNWIs move into crypto.
Powered by AI and built on the blockchain, Bankorus provides HNWIs with a full suite of safe, KYC-compliant solutions for accessing crypto. Turn traditional or illiquid assets — real estate, farmland, art, chateau, VC/PE, hedge fund, bonds,etc — into liquid digital assets through tokenization. Buy and sell digital assets on our security token marketplace. Even borrow crypto against existing assets. Bankorus is a transformational opportunity to present a lucrative new asset class — cryptocurrency — to a historically aggressive, early-adopter investor, the HNWI.
Bankorus is led by CEO Greg Van den Bergh — the co-founder of the business (formerly known as MiCai) and creator of the first robo-advisor in China, and Eagle An, the former acting head of wealth management at CreditEase. A fintech innovator since 2013, our innovative asset allocation and portfolio management system now handles a combined $30B USD for more than 200,000 HNWIs. We have partnerships with global firms such as Microsoft, Bain, and Roland Berger to reach out to potential clients worldwide. Notable business partners and private wealth management colleagues include Noah Holdings Limited (NYSE: NOAH), Quark Wealth, Phoenix Finance, Pang Mao Bao, and several family offices in China, Israel and Europe.
The Bankorus board of advisors includes several experts on wealth management and blockchain, including Charles-Edouard Bouée, CEO of global consulting firm Roland Berger, Chris Van Aeken, former CEO of Morgan Stanley’s Private Bank and Lon Wong, President of the NEM Foundation.