CEO Profile

Daniel Mark Harrison: An Expert of Endless Trades

Daniel Mark Harrison is a respectable individual in both business and cryptocurrency industries because of the several achievements he accomplished. Mr. Harrison is a man of many talents as he is not only an entrepreneur but also an author, publisher, blockchain evangelist and businessperson among other titles. Presently, he serves as the Chairman and CEO of Daniel Mark Harrison & Company (DMH & CO). Additionally, he is also a Managing Associate at Monkey Capital.

Money Capital is a decentralized organization specializing in blockchain systems and hedge fund investments since March 2016. Furthermore, it speculates in large blocks of crypto and is currently the leading company to sell ICO options efficiently.

Money Capital presents to the market a unique blend of high-grade operations, executive team, and captivating projects. The organization is known for its deep value in Blockchain investments that results in Ethereum-style benefits. Moreover, Chris Waltzek, a prominent radio host has credited Monkey Capital with a six from a possible 5-star rating. This ranking was offered when the radio presenter interviewed Daniel on his show on Thursday. Mr. Waltzek has in the past questioned many other prominent entrepreneurs including George Soros and Jim Rodgers.

In the recent past, Monkey Capital made news when it was the first to sell pre-ICO options dubbed COEVAL successfully trading in Waves Decentralized Exchange (DEX). This made Huffington Post describe the firm’s ICO as the ‘Billion Dollar Baboon.’ Abeam Khan, a senior reporter with the media house, expressed how the chats rooms were to raise billion dollars marking the first ever ten digit amount to be raised in a crowdfunding campaign

About Daniel Mark Harrison

Mark Harrison as the top executive DMH & CO has managed to expand the company’s existence to Hong Kong, Singapore, and Bangkok. Mr. Harrison has made a name for himself and has been featured by several media outlets including The Wall Street Journal, CNN. Forbes, T Portfolio Magazine, and the Daily Dot, Reuters, TheStreet.com, and Bloomberg.

Daniel’s has a strong education background that gave him the right knowledge and expertise to become a successful businessperson. Mr. Harrison is a Bachelor’s degree holder in theology attained at the University of Oxford, holds a master’s in Business Administration from Norwegian Business School and a Masters in Journalism achieved from the New York University.

Louis Chenevert is Not Only a Businessman

Canadian businessman Louis Chenevert is somewhat of a luck charm. With any company he works for he grows their profits tremendously with sacrificing ethics and people’s jobs. Standing at 6’5″ he is larger than life in more ways than one. Mr. Chenevert was born in Quebec in 1958. As a young adult he received his Bachelor’s degree in Production Management from the Université de Montréal. He has had a longstanding and fruitful career that most execs would be green with envy with.

In his early career, Louis spend 14 years at General Motors. He worked as the St. Therese Production General Manager. He was still working at General Motors when he started working for United Technologies Corporation, in the Pratt & Whitney business unit. They manufacture and service auxiliary power units and military aircraft engines. United Technologies Corporation (UTC) was so impressed with his work they elected Mr. Chenevert President of the whole Pratt & Whitney division before the turn of the century. Eventually his role continued growing and he kept moving up in the company. After seven years as President of the Pratt & Whitney division. He was elected to be President and Chief Executive Officer of the whole UTC company, which he led until his retirement in 2014. He had certainly earned it achieving new heights of success that United Technologies Corporation has ever seen.

With Louis in leadership role, his achievements totaled an impressive $100 billion dollars. Most big shots would of loved to accomplish this in their whole career, but Mr. Chenevert did it in only a year! One of his other biggest accomplishments was acquiring tire giant Goodrich. This took over a year of negotiations, but he succeeded and UTC bought Goodrich for only $18.4 billion dollars.

Not only was Louis focused on attaining the most advanced technology, but he also invested in the employees’ futures and happiness. He made it a personal goal to the company better than when he started working there. He kept his promise and helped countless employees get the education they dreamed of. UTC created the Employee Scholar Program. It pays for the employees to further their education in their chosen field. So far well over 40,000 employees have received their degree, and UTC has invested over $1 billion dollars into the program. Chenevert currently works for Goldman Sachs.