To enrich the lives of one billion unbanked people by
seamlessly integrating them into the global financial system.
DigiCash Technology Venture does not compete directly with banks and supports the mission of most NGOs and financial inclusion providers. This includes being encouraged and regulated by Banco Central do Brasil for that market. DigiCash Technology Venture instead eliminates the need for the unbanked to use banks. These are typically customers that banks do not want because most financial institutions cannot serve them profitably. DigiCash Technology Venture is designed to equal or better the best attributes of existing payment models.
There are an estimated two billion adults globally who have no bank account.
These individuals have no means to cost effectively send, receive or save
cash. They are excluded from the benefits of the global financial system.
Financial inclusion is critical in reducing poverty, improving health outcomes and achieving inclusive economic growth. Moving from cash to digital payments provides an important first entry point into the formal financial system. Such participation in the financial system better enables individuals to start and expand business, invest in education, manage risk and absorb financial shocks.
DigiCash Technology Venture is seeking partnerships with forward-thinking financial institutions that have a focus on financial inclusion. If you have an interest in partnering with DigiCash Technology Venture, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
DigiCash Technology Venture is currently looking for a handful of extremely talented individuals in its Sao Paulo office. If you are passionate about harnessing the world’s leading technologies to make a lasting difference in the lives of others, get in touch at email@example.com!
Brad Liebmann (CEO) spent most of the 1990s in the New York and London offices of Lehman Brothers, where he specialized in advising global technology companies about their acquisition strategies for emerging technologies. Brad was Senior Vice President of Technology Mergers & Acquisitions at Lehman Brothers
Brad started Simply Business, which pioneered the online sale of insurance to small businesses. As Europe's leading direct online platform, Simply Business today has over 450,000 commercial insurance customers and is continuing to disrupt the insurance market in Europe and North America.
Paul Hammant, DigiCash's CTO, worked at ThoughtWorks between 2002 and 2014. On the way he co-created PicoContainer (the first "Constructor Injection" container), co-created Selenium v1.0 (the now industry standard web-testing technology), and championed industry standard DevOps techniques "Trunk-Based Development" and "Branch by Abstraction".
In March 2017, Travelers Insurance agreed to purchase Simply Business for $500 million.
Refer: FT: Travelers buys Simply Business for £400m in digital push
Brad starts DigiCash Technology Venture
Founder & CEO
Between them they have 60 years software development experience.