For centuries, Evolution of Investing & Asset Management methodologies and infrastructure have evolved in its various forms and nuances, but with the recent global changes within the Finance sector, along with the latest wave of Technological Revolutions, the age-old model has become antiquated and inefficient. In particular, since the Global Financial Crisis (GFC or “Lehman-Crisis”), the Financial Industry and the underlying system governing it has become even more ineffectual, with its purpose of serving the investment community of clients rapidly becoming redundant due to constrictive government policies and tightening regulations, global geopolitical and macroeconomic uncertainties, and overall reduction of the legacy finance professional talent pool (either due merely to cost-cutting labor-attrition processes or rather, the competitive-poaching from other industry sectors such as the Technology-intensive companies). Moreover, the Global Investment Culture has changed drastically over the past decade, in line with technological advancements, leading to both “New Styles” of Investing and “New Players” within the traditional Investment Community. To “manually” cater to such an extensive variety of ever-changing audience with diverse backgrounds and motley financial tastes/risk-appetites would be an almost impossible feat to say the least. Adding to the myriad of issues, the non-conducive global financial regulatory environment & unavailing policy changes has led to Financial Intermediaries no longer being the “value-added” service so touted in the past for the majority of Investors in general, due to the misaligned interests of the finance professionals at inception and the resultant mismatch in expectations by the clientele base. This has been painfully apparent in the global data statistics tracking consistent money-flow transitioning from “Active” to “Passive” Financial Management via ETFs, as well as the meteoric uprises of HFT [High-Frequency Trading] & A.I. [Artificial Intelligence] Funds.