As a chartered bank, Commercium Financial is legally able to offer a variety of new services, each of which will help the company achieve its end goal of bridging traditional wealth management with the world of blockchain technology and Digital Assets.
Although chartered and headquartered in the State of Wyoming, Commercium Bank will be able to operate in most US States and territories under a unified regulatory framework through reciprocity agreements.
Commercium Financial will be a full digitized bank offering blend of traditional banking and new to the market digital asset and securities products.
A digitally organized, lean, and agile Bank where we aim to retain a low-cost base to offer new to the market digital products.
Regulatory driven at the outset to ensure full adherence to all regulations, ably supported by the new to the market immutable blockchain technology being introduced.
Commercium Bank will be able to custody both fiat and digital assets.
Chief Executive Officer &
Chief Compliance & Risk Officer
Chief Technology Officer
Chief Operations Officer
Chief Information Officer
Advisory Board Member
Chief Financial Officer
Board Audit Chair
Board Technology Chair
Deposits with Commercium and investment products and services of Commercium are not FDIC insured. Your funds are subject to loss of value, including the amount deposit and the principal amount invested.
About Commercium: Commercium Financial, Inc. is a Wyoming SPDI Bank formed to serve as a custodian of digital assets and securities that can bridge to the US federal reserve system. Commercium is required to comply with Wyoming law pertaining to digital assets and special purpose depository institutions as amended. Commercium is required to always maintain 100% of its dollar deposits in reserve. Neither this site nor any press releases or statement made by an officer or director of Commercium contained herein, constitute an offer to sell or a solicitation of an offer to purchase any securities, although they may contain “forward-looking statements” within the meaning of the safe harbor provisions of the U.S. Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Such forward-looking statements are based on current beliefs, assumptions, expectations, estimates, regulatory frameworks, and business projections and should not be relied upon, and/or may change without notice, as actual results may differ materially from these expectations due to certain risks, uncertainties, and other important factors. You are cautioned future circumstances, events, or results may differ materially from those projected in the forward-looking statements.