Investor Connect: Kevin Jacques of Cota Capital

Investor Connect: Kevin Jacques of Cota Capital

March 3, 2021 by investor

In this episode, Hall welcomes Kevin Jacques, General Partner at Cota Capital.

Cota Capital is a San Francisco-based, SEC-registered, multi-stage investment firm focused on private and public enterprise technology companies. Cota has invested in more than 100 private and public technology companies since inception. Cota’s overall mission is to deliver impactful outcomes through principle-guided investment in modern enterprise technologies. 

Kevin joined Cota in 2021 as a General Partner. Prior to Cota, Kevin was Head of Corporate Ventures at Visa, where he executed over 30 investments into leading fintech companies including Plaid, Railsbank, Paidy, and Paystack. Before Visa, Kevin spent 6 years at Intuit directing Corporate Development. At Intuit, Kevin and his team completed over 30 acquisitions, five investments, and 11 FinTech venture fund investments. Earlier, Kevin spent nearly 12 years as an investing partner with Sevin Rosen Funds and Palomar Ventures. Kevin was also the CEO of Globeranger, an RFID middleware provider, and a consultant at The Boston Consulting Group. Kevin received a B.S. in Industrial Engineering from Stanford University and an M.B.A. from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.

Kevin speaks about the growth rate, primary trends, evolution of the fintech sector, and much more.

You can visit Cota Capital at www.cotacapital.com, and via LinkedIn at www.linkedin.com/company/cota-capital/.

Kevin can be contacted via email at kevin@cotacapital.com.

For a full transcript, click here.

Music courtesy of Bensound.



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