Investor Perspectives – How to Solve the Fintech Problem: Primary Trends and What Makes for a Successful Company
This is Investor Perspectives, I’m the host of Investor Connect, Hall T Martin, where we connect startups and investors for funding.
In our new Investor Perspectives series entitled “How to Solve the Fintech Problem”, today you’ll hear about the primary trends and what makes for a successful company in this segment.
As the COVID pandemic passes, we emerge into a new world. The fintech space is now undergoing tremendous change across the U.S. Every business is now a fintech business. We have investors and startup founders describe the shift from a centralized to a decentralized fintech market.
Our guests are:
Marc Michel, Partner & Founder, Runway Venture Partners, 00:59
Matt Oguz, Chief Investment Officer, Iris Family Office and Founding Partner at Venture Science, 02:27
Joshua B. Siegel, General Partner, Acronym Venture Capital, 10:30
Victor Orlovskiy, General Partner, Fort Ross Ventures, 12:43
Matt Murphy, General Partner, Montage Ventures, 16:46
I hope you enjoy this episode.
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