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  • Tom Brown reflects on Capital One’s unique vision…

    The vision that Capital One founders Nigel Morris and Rich Fairbank had back in the late 1980s was that there was a better way to price credit card lending than the one-size-fits-all approach used by the large players at the time. Read Tom Brown’s reflections on the early days here: TOM BROWN’S BANKING WEEKLY

  • The End of the Beginning…

    We are elated to announce that we have raised our 6th fund with $350 million in committed capital. This will allow QED to continue to do what we do best – invest in disruptive fintech business models, solving real problems, led by relentless, audacious, customer-centric founders. Continue reading here.

  • QED Investors Closes $350 Million Fund VI

    ALEXANDRIA, Va.– QED Investors, a leading boutique venture capital firm focused on investing in early-stage, disruptive financial services companies, announced that it closed a significantly oversubscribed sixth fund (“Fund VI”), with capital commitments of $350 million. Fund VI will allow QED to continue to invest in early and growth-stage fintech companies primarily in North America, […]

  • Building a Lending Business From Scratch White Paper

    Thank you for your interest in the QED Investors white paper series ” Building a Lending Business From Scratch.” This piece focuses on startups aiming to transform the lending experience. Subsequent installments will focus on Payments, and Banking Services. Each will assess the economics of providing each service, the required technical and regulatory components, and […]