Securrency is a combined FinTech/RegTech platform that enables the free trading of previously illiquid asset classes. 

Securrency makes financial services more secure, transparent, efficient, and accessible by integrating legacy financial services with recent advances in distributed ledger technologies, payment gateways, and security frameworks.


Securrency enables the instant transfer across all forms of value including, fiat currencies, exchange listed securities (stocks), digital currencies and tokens. Securrency provides a fully compliant platform that separates the wheat from the chaff and only shows you the deals in which you’re qualified to invest. Further, the Securrency Liquidity Engine(™) guarantees a constant and instantly available market price for your holdings.  No longer does an investor’s capital need to be locked up for multiple years. 


Whether a Commercial Real Estate Conglomerate, Natural Resource Mining Operation, Agriculture Producer, Private Placement, or Receivable Collection Agency, Securrency can provide you with liquidity for any income generating asset.  Securrency allows Portfolio Managers to securitize assets for a fraction of the cost of traditional models.  Further, Securrency allows for only partial securitization of your asset, and guarantees liquidity and a market price for the portion of the securitized asset, giving you the needed capital without selling the underlying asset.  Securrency also greatly expands your pool of potential investors by allowing you to raise capital from investors across the globe without getting bogged down in the legal requirements (accreditation, citizenship, KYC, AML) of each jurisdiction.


Securrency’s combined RegTech/FinTech platform cuts through the regulatory red tape to bring compliant ICOs to the masses.  Legal Compliance and Regulatory costs & uncertainties are a challenging liability for companies looking to conduct coin and token offerings (ICOs). Securrency’s combined FinTech/RegTech Platform overcomes this challenge by automatically ensuring only eligible participants have access to the offering.  This means that companies can engage in an Initial Coin Offering and leave all the heavy lifting of KYC and AML compliance to Securrency’s platform, letting blockchain companies focus on what they do best — building the businesses of the future — all while being able to raise capital from investors worldwide.



Dan Doney is the former Chief Innovation Officer at the Defence Intelligence Agency and 2014 Fierce 15 awardee as a top government change agent. He has 20+ years of experience in emerging technology development and finance across government and private sectors. Dan is a software developer and innovator in artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, process automation, dynamic asset pricing and enterprise architecture. Dan holds a B.S. in Systems Engineering & Economics from the U.S. Naval Academy and a M.S. in Nuclear Engineering from MIT.


Ron is a former global executive and Managing Partner who sold his Tokyo-based firm to a leading Japanese private equity fund. He has extensive executive-level engagement serving IT industry companies (IBM, Microsoft, Cisco, EMC, Oracle and Dell) through to numerous Silicon Valley startups. A previous Marine Corps Captain, Ron led a recruiting station ranked 45 of 49 to become #1 in less than a year. Ron holds a B.S. in Marine Engineering from the U.S. Naval Academy and is a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS).


John is a retired U.S. Navy Captain with considerable Executive Leadership and Senior Program Management experience. He has worked with US Embassies, International partners, and Industry (Boeing, Lockheed, Gulfstream, Raytheon) in managing aerospace portfolios valued in excess of $15B. John was the former Director of International Programs for Maritime Aircraft. He hold a B.S. in Physics from the U.S. Naval Academy, an M.B.A. from John Hopkins University and an M.A. from the Naval War College.



Carol is a pragmatic and forward-thinking advocate in the regulation of fintech and regtech, including emerging and alternative payments systems, prepaid access, mobile payments, virtual currencies, and blockchain/ledger technologies. A Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist, Carol created a series of AML compliance training programs sponsored by the Conference of State Bank Supervisors and attended by regulators from 45 states and representatives of domestic and foreign banks, securities firms, money services businesses and other entities. She also developed and leads an AML Compliance Bootcamp for Virtual Currency and Blockchain Technology Companies, which has been attended by the virtual currency community and bankers. She participates in the Uniform Law Commission’s efforts to draft a model legal code for virtual currencies.


Hazem Danny Al Nakib is the founder of several business accelerators and incubators, an advisor to or partner of multiple public and private entities including Securrency, Coinfirm, The Agency for Social Innovation, Humaniq, ICUBE, Think10, and various others, where he focuses on the changing financial and regulatory systems, the development and commercialization of exponential technologies, as well as the global distribution of and access to finance, alternative finance and advanced technologies. Hazem has also worked with the Royal Bank of Canada and the Boston Consulting Group in various roles related to FinTech and frequently speaks on the future of blockchain and artificial intelligence and their changing legal and economic implications.

Chief Corporate Development & Legal Officer

Jeff joins Securrency as the Chief Corporate Development and Legal Officer. Previously he was a shareholder in the law firm of Smith Anderson, a Chambers Tier 1 firm in North Carolina.  Jeff has participated in more than 75 significant M&A transactions, including high technology transactions involving Sony, Oracle and CafeMedia.  He also has advised on a number of private equity, commercial and technology licensing arrangements.  Immediately prior to joining his current firm, Jeff practiced corporate and securities law with the Chicago office of Sidley Austin LLP.

Jeff is committed to serving the world community.  He is the former Chairman of the Board of Rise Against Hunger, an international hunger relief and developmental assistance organization that operates around the globe, and a member of its Global Strategic Planning Committee.  He currently serves on the North Carolina Board of CPA Examiners, a state licensing body, and is a member of the International Qualifications Appraisal Board, where he chairs the South African International Chartered Accountants Task Force.  Jeff is a certified nuclear engineer and holds an M.A. from the University of Maryland (College Park) and a J.D. (With Honors) from The University of Chicago Law School.


Chris Beaufait is a technology-focused business leader with deep global experience. Prior to joining Sarcos as Chief Commercial Officer and General Manager, Exoskeleton and Humanoid Systems, he led the Asia Pacific & China business as a Group SVP and President for Vestas, the world’s leading wind power and services company. For a period of 16 years prior to Vestas, he worked for the General Electric Company and held a variety of senior executive roles, including President of China Commercial Aircraft Programs, President and General Manager for GE’s global avionics business, and as the Leader of Business Development (mergers, acquisitions and partnerships) for GE Corporate China, GE Aviation and GE Transportation.  Prior to GE, Beaufait served for 11 years in the U.S. Navy as a Naval Officer and certified nuclear engineer. He also holds multiple Six Sigma certifications.