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First sustainable online payment system with a leading software concept enabling fiancial transactions in a new way to the benefit of all.

  • Stage Product In Development
  • Industry IT Services
  • Location Berlin, Germany
  • Currency EUR
  • Founded January 2012
  • Employees 8
  • Website

Company Summary

As the first sustainable payment system provider, WEARTH starts with the German speaking market before expanding our globally valid concept. Our main target groups are LOHAS and B2B clients that are interested in improving in a substantial way their CSR profile. Starting with online payment, the holistic and innovative software concept allows the broadest range of transaction options.


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    Jens B. Koethner Kaul
    Founding Principal

    Background: film and media financing and producing. CEO film production enterprises in the US and Europe; project development international co-productions for Vivendi Universal at Studio Babelsberg; English, French and German business fluent, Spanish and Italian very good knowledge. Co-creator ecosocial payment system, and initial creator of WEARTH, the first global sculpture.

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    Eike H. Zimbehl
    CEO German Speaking Countries

    EZ has an engineering and an economics background. His interest in economics he pursued at the World Bank, at Deutsche Bank and BNP Paribas in various positions, latest as member of the management for Corporate Banking Germany.
    In 2005 he assumed the position of founder and managing director of Triodos Finanz GmbH in Germany, the leading sustainability bank in Europe.

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    David Stamp
    Head of IT

    US citizen born in St. Andrews, Jamaica. MBA, New York Empire State College; Bachelor of Science in Computer Science, Mercy College in Dobbs Ferry, NY, USA. IT project manager for Cooper Industry Inc. English, mother tongue; Swedish, spoken; Knowledge of German (continued learning).


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    Taylor Wessing, Dr. M. M. Ohle
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    Ernst & Young, Dr. Rehbein