Dwealth

Robo-advisor enabling citizens of emerging markets to invest in US

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The investment management space in Nigeria is not built around modern portfolio theory.

Instead of offering solutions that serve the client, financial institutions have created brackets that don't work in their favor.

Nigerian native Sean Oluseun Odumusi has had firsthand experience with these issues.

As a Nigerian native he has also encountered the many limitations to external opportunities for middle- and lower-class families in the country.

Realizing that it was time for a change, Odumusi created Dwealth to provide a robo-advisor solution that allows citizens of emerging markets to invest in the United States.

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Worse yet, the onboarding process could take 3 to 6 months.

As if that weren't enough, there's a lengthy paperwork process that must be dunked.

And on top of that, there are high costs associated with account creation and management.

Dwealth is solving these problems by:

Dwealth proudly:

Users start by downloading our app and signing up for a new account.

The signup process is as follows:

  • Dwealth integrates with the various local countries' databases
  • This enables us to run a background verification process in obtaining the required information needed to open a brokerage account, which is beneficial for non-US persons
  • We also automatically file W7 and/or W8 Forms required to obtain an ITIN
  • And users also sign-in to their local major financial account while we perform an income verification process and transaction generation
  • Upon completion, users take an investor assessment test to determine what portfolio strategies would be best for each user

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Dwealth is still in its infancy but we have already attracted the attention of several individuals.

As of this writing we have already amassed approximately 30 potential clients who are interested in using our app at launch.

Sean Oluseun Odumusi | CEO

  • His background in computer science and Investment Management enabled him to understand the challenges faced by the current investment solutions in Nigeria
  • Fully understands the lapses in how portfolios are structured in Nigeria
  • Is ready to drastically change the way Nigerians and others invest outside of their own countries

Dotun Amuda | COO

  • Works in the Nigerian Banking system
  • Provides us with access to relevant financial information in the Nigerian market
  • Offers his expert insight into partnership deals with various financial institutions
  • Is a key part of Dwealth's success

Danny Tran | Software Developer

  • Danny is the core brains behind building out our app
  • He’s built apps with various companies, including United Health Group and Best Buy
  • He also worked on a number of solo projects, including a car remote start app that works with much older cars
  • Dany has worked on several web-based, mobile and watch-based apps
  • His application development skills make him an invaluable part of the team

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