About Me

Glen Jaquette - CEO

Dad, Sailor, and ACCRETIA's visionary CEO. 

Glen created accretia from an idea revolving around freedom and choice.  He envisioned a world where banking and credit were offered openly to all people in a tier based meritocracy.  Allowing all members to both lend and borrow with the support of one another - and no outside centralized dependency.

He has expressed that for the ongoing value of the company and for future growth it will likely be important for him to step aside as CEO.  In his vision, he believe an Open Organization will be key to the continued success of the company. 

Modeling, Analysis, and Progress

It is through these fundamental partitions of Accretia that we are able to create, and drive innovation towards our goals.  We attempt to categorize and analyze as many metrics as we possible can.  This is how we begin to understand what success looks like, and how we should expect to measure it.



Marketing 82%


Financial Health78%

These metrics are taken and re-evaluated on a bi-monthly basis.  It is through this continuous analysis and a continuous feedback loop that we can know and understand the health of the Accretia system.  In time I fully expect that this introspective measurement will grow into multiple departments, and multiple department heads cross examining our effectiveness. 

    More metrics will be coming soon - in the shape of         reviews and satisfaction.  This will take some time but we     aim to have this section open and analyzed by Q1 2018.

Items which have been introduced which have not yet been analyzed include: accretia.org, AccretiaFunds Twitter, Accretia Funds Facebook. These items are too new to have any real world analysis on their release cycle. We look forward to further analysis.


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Forward-looking statements by their nature address matters that are, to different degrees, uncertain, such as statements about our announced plan to hedge our portfolio with precious metal holdings, including expected cash and non-cash charges associated with this plan and earnings per token of ACCRETIA Trust's retained businesses and investments (Verticals); expected income; earnings per token; revenues; organic growth; growth and productivity associated with our Digital business; margins; cost structure; restructuring charges; acquisition-related synergies; cash flows; return on capital; capital expenditures, capital allocation or capital structure; dividends; and the split between total Hardware appreciation, or depreciation, and Capital earnings.