- Why is SocialGood Able to Improve Society?
- Why Will SocialGood Continue to Grow in Popularity Globally?
- SG’s Patented Asset Value Rising Mechanism
- Coin Issuance Plan
- History & Achievements
After graduating from Tokyo University, Mr. Takaoka joined Mitsui & Co., Ltd., where he was engaged in overseas investment, new business development, and M&A in the information industry sector. He founded the Ayumi Trust Group in 2005. He is CEO of each of the group’s companies, such as Hedge Fund Direct Co., Ltd. (FIEA No. 532) and Yucasee Wealth Media Co., Ltd. He has led group companies that run finance and media businesses for wealthy people in the FinTech sector. He became well versed in the field of global finance through experiences such as establishing and selling a wholesale securities company authorized by the Hong Kong Securities and Futures Trading Commission. He has also served as a part-time professor at Kyushu University. In 2018, he founded the Social Good Foundation to promote social contribution ecosystems applying blockchain technology. He has also completed Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business Executive Program.
To lead the Social Good Project, experience is required in both “finance” and “internet platform business.” As a serial entrepreneur in the fintech sector, Mr. Takaoka has over 10 years’ experience in these two fields, as both a founder and CEO.
- Achievements as the founding CEO of Japan's largest platform company limited to high net worth individuals:
Established in 2006, “YUCASEE” is an online private club limited to wealthy people with net financial assets of US$1 million or more and is the largest of such clubs in Japan with member assets of US$10 billion or more. The “YUCASEE Media” site is Japan’s largest wealthy class online media site and is accessed online over a million times each month. Its business partners are large top-tier companies targeting wealthy people at companies such as Ferrari, Toyota, Mitsui Fudosan, and the Bank of Tokyo- Mitsubishi UFJ.
- Achievements as the founding CEO of Japan's largest hedge fund specialized investment advisory company (registered with the FSA ):
As a fintech company, Hedge Fund Direct Co., Ltd. (established in 2008), selects optimal funds from more than 100,000 fund databases in the world using its own algorithm and advises investors from a neutral standpoint, has investment advisory contracts totaling more than US$930 million (as of the end of December 2018) and is the industry's largest investment advisory company for individuals specializing in overseas funds. It is certified as a “financial institution that has adopted the FSA’s ‘Principles Relating to Customer-Oriented Business Operations’ (2017).”
Singapore Institute of Management and Keio University Graduate School graduate. His track record includes working at Rakuten and Fast Retailing and, as a lead engineer, developing domestic and global e-commerce and payment applications for smart phones.
Former Managing Director, Head of Relationship Management, of Salomon Brothers (Citigroup). Investment banker, marketing expert and professional, especially with affluent experience in institutional investor business, for 25 years.
Harvard University GSAS, Ph.D., Professor at the Hitotsubashi University Institute of Innovation Research, Fellow Professor Hitotsubashi University, currently Special Advisor for the Grameen Bank in Japan. Provides advice on social business startups.
Professor, School of Science and Technology of Meiji University, Ph.D. One of the most influential authorities in the world in fuzzy theory, one kind of computational artificial intelligence. Fellow Professor at the Department of Electrical Engineering Computer Science, UC Berkeley, joint research achievement with Panasonic Corporation and SONY Corporation. His latest research relates to a highly precise recommendation engine and highly precise targeting.
Tokyo University BA., ex-MD of Nikko Securities (now SMBC Nikko Securities Inc.), President of a company of SBI Group. Former appointed member of many Japanese governmental financial regulatory committees, such as the Corporate Accounting Committee, the Financial Regulation Research Committee, and the Commodity Trading Committee.
Extensive career in multinational AI Startups. Worked as CTO for a Swiss company where the ICO raised the equivalent of US$10 million. Technology expert in a wide variety of IT areas (e.g., hosting a WEB media site with 15 million MAUs and system developments for major IT companies such as Google, DNP, and JCB). A member of the Japan Blockchain Association.
Harvard University Master. Ex-Internal Auditor at MUFG and MUFG MUMSS (subsidiary), and in charge of handling regulatory issues as the representative counterparty officer with various regulators.
President of Kohno & Kohno, Patent Office, Author of “FinTech Patent and Intellectual Property Strategy.” 40+ year career in IP and legal.
Our company’s operations are supported by the Ayumi Trust Group, a Japanese fintech company established over 15 years ago, where Soichiro Takaoka, our representative, also serves as president.