Instrument CapitalInstrument Capital is a fintech company specializing in sector-specific and region-specific investment funds. It is currently fundraising for Fintech Fund I, a fund investing in companies redefining what it means to transact, save, invest, and trade. Instrument Capital holds the rights to a patent-pending allocation engine that incorporates data related to an investor's job profile and location for asset allocation purposes. This investor-centric approach to risk aims to change how the industry thinks about proper diversification and fund curation on behalf of investors.
Business & Fundraising
Leann Zhang, Chief Executive Officer
Track record includes Roivant Sciences/Axovant (private rounds), Building Robotics/ComfyApp (seed), Dagne Dover (seed), Whisker Labs (seed), and Burrow (seed). Le holds an AB in Economics from Harvard and studied for her MBA at Wharton. LinkedIn.
Bharat Das, Technology
Prior experience with Harvard Management Company and Goldman Sachs. AB in Physics from Harvard. LinkedIn.
Investment Committee & Advisors
David Bell, Advisor
Author of Location Is (Still) Everything: The Surprising Influence of the Real World on How We Search, Shop, and Sell in the Virtual One. Marketing Professor at Wharton. Seed investor in consumer Internet startups. LinkedIn.
Abe Othman, Technology Advisor
Carnegie Mellon PhD in Machine Learning. Cryptocurrency advisor and investor (Augur). Serial entrepreneur and startup advisor. Co-founded Comfy, an energy efficiency company. Forbes 30 Under 30. Bio.
Christian Rolon, Chief Data Scientist
Six years of trading experience first with J.P. Morgan Global Fixed Income, Currencies, and Commodities and then as a technology investor with $10 BLN hedge fund Coatue. Princeton University Bachelor of Arts in Economics with Certificate in Finance, and Applied and Computational Mathematics. Wharton MBA. LinkedIn.
Daniel Fetner, Advisor
Daniel’s investing experience spans a variety of asset classes including venture capital, angel investing, real estate private equity, and public equities. From 2010-2016, Daniel worked in J.P. Morgan Asset Management starting as an Analyst and eventually building a $200M+ book of business as a Private Banker. LinkedIn.