Daniel Mark Harrison: a Guru and Trendsetter in Financial Innovation and Entrepreneurship

With skills in investment banking, private equity, asset management, journalism, hedge funds, mergers and acquisitions, investment advisory, among others, Daniel Mark Harrison has worked in many business ventures as a publisher, entrepreneur, journalist, author, editor, and many other capacities. He is currently the Managing Partner at Monkey Capital, a digital asset and blockchain investment bank, which has excited the market with compelling projects in pre-ICO options. Daniel currently also serves as the CEO and chairman at DMH&CO in Singapore. DMH&CO is the private DMH&CO family office of Daniel Mark Harrison which looks after both his personal and family assets.

Background, Skills and Achievements

Daniel is a serial entrepreneur with a master’s degree in business journalism from New York University. Additionally, Daniel has a master’s degree in business administration and management from the BI Norwegian Business School. Using his academic prowess, he developed the concept of Factory Banking, a value configuration model, widely used in the Internet of Things (IoT) economy to conduct business and transactions. He is currently working on a new market pricing model called the Bipolar market Economy Equilibrium.

As an editor-in-chief, he works at CoinSpeaker and Marx Rand. He is also a publisher in the latter. In these capacities, he has not only increased the readership but has also uncovered significant stories. His publications unearthed an undercover FBI officer who was doubling as the head of the Ku Klux Klan, slave labor at Toyota, and the failure by the FDA and drug companies in the USA to manage the incidence of cervical cancer in Haiti despite Americans giving millions of dollars to help the nation. He also broke the story “The End of CoinDesk’s proxy Index” which prompted CD to make changes to its index. Daniel previously worked as a columnist with the Motley Fool as Senior Managing Consultant at MInisuco Limited. He was the co-founder of Stanley Court Limited and served as the Head of Private Clients at St. Helen’s capital PLC.

Volunteer Work, Books Written, and Brand Creation

Daniel values volunteer work and has served as an editor and journalist specializing in the economy and technical/exotic finance under different journalism contracts. He has written two books: The Millennial Reincarnations, and Butterflies: the Strange Metamorphosis of Fact & Fiction in Today’s World. Daniel has made a name for himself having featured in The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, The Daily Dot, The Street.com, among many others.