Entrepreneurship is one of the most powerful drivers of economic and social change. By providing the capital to these entrepreneurs, we will enable them to grow their businesses, provide employment to the people, improve the economy and bring social change to the country.
We are passionate of our mission and understand the needs of the entrepreneurs. We have first-hand experience in setting up our own companies, from seeking the capital for our businesses, doing the sales to managing the clients and cleaning the office toilets. We have done all that.
Acasys Capital provides consultancy services to companies seeking to list on the OTC Markets and Nasdaq through its partnerships with various consultants, auditors and attorneys across Asia and the USA. We realize that many of our clients are also seeking capital for their businesses before and after their listings. Setting up SERVEBANK would enable us to provide assist our clients with these needs. Acasys Capital currently manages the listing and consultancy services for six (6) companies with assets worth over $1 Billion.
Most importantly, we want to provide the platform where investors can invest safely in companies that provides fixed minimum annual returns to them. SERVEBANK only features companies that are operating, profitable and expanding. Most of these companies also has assets and are planning to go for listing on the OTC and or NASDAQ markets within the next 24 to 36 months.
We help you discover profitable companies with proven track record for investment purposes. Servebank aims to list only companies that have a return on the investment. Use Servebank to place private placements on Pre-IPO companies or buy OTC stocks of the companies that are already listed.
With over 30 years of experience in bringing companies to public listing, our team showcases the best investments.
SERVEBANK is owned by Acasys Capital. Acasys Capital provides consultancy services to companies seeking to list on the OTC Markets and Nasdaq through its partnerships with various consultants, auditors and attorneys across Asia and the USA. Many of our clients are also seeking capital for their businesses before and after their listings. Setting up SERVEBANK would enable us to assist our clients with these needs, and ready clients for SERVEBANK.
SERVEBANK is poised to secure five clients for its equity crowdfunding platform within the first six (6) months of its launch. SERVEBANK is projected to receive annual revenue of US$50 million dollars from these clients. It aims to achieve a target annual revenue of US$100 million dollars within the next 2 years.
OUR INVESTMENT MANIFESTO
Servebank features companies in diverse industries and sectors such as agriculture, education, healthcare, real estate, technology, and more.
Profitable and proven
To ensure shared success, we invest in profitable and valuable companies with a proven track record of at least three years of operation.
Strong management, growth
and potential listing
We invest in companies that have the potential and plan to be listed on the OTC or NASDAQ market within one to two years.
The World Bank has estimated that the global equity crowdfunding sector will be worth more than $93 billion by 2020. In 2015, equity crowdfunding portals will raise $34.40 billion. This is over 12 times the amount raised in 2012.
In the developing world, an estimated 344 million households, using savings, would be able to deploy $96 billion each year by 2025 in small crowdfunded investments in community businesses.
Online platforms for accredited investors are fueling the continued growth in angel investing, according to the Angel Capital Association. Equity crowdfunding is one answer to the lessons of the global financial crisis, which showed that most investors need a wider range of assets to hedge against market shocks, according to SEEDCHANGE.
Goldman Sach Global Investment Research shows that Demographics impact on equity crowdfunding Studies show that Millennials are less invested in stocks compared to prior generations. Millennials hold approximately 52% of their assets in cash and only 28% in stocks, compared to non-Millennials who hold approximately 23% of their assets in cash and 46% in stocks. However, Millennials are more likely to participate in crowdfunding; 47% of Millennial respondents have backed or are likely to back a crowdfunding campaign, compared to 30% of Gen-Xers, 13% of Boomers, and 4% of Matures.