Jan joined Index in 2010 and focuses on financial and information/data services across all stages. His investments include Adyen, Collibra, Credit Benchmark,Robinhood, Socialbakers and TransferWise. Jan also works with The Prince's Trust as a business mentor to young startup entrepreneurs.
Prior to joining Index, Jan worked at General Atlantic in London, where he was involved with investments in Kaspersky Lab, Northgate Information Solutions and Torex Retail. Jan also worked at Morgan Stanley in its M&A, TMT and Capital Markets divisions. Jan holds an MBA with Distinction from INSEAD, and is a graduate of Oxford University.
- Dorothy Fitzgerald
dorothy [at] indexventures [dot] com
- Svitavy (Czech Republic)
- Grew up:
- Villars (Switzerland)
- Oxford (UK), Fontainebleau (France)
- London, New York, Greenwich (Connecticut)
Why Fintech Startups Aren’t Killing Banks — Yet
“Fintech” is one of this year’s most ubiquitous buzzwords; it has spawned any number of colorful infographics about the future of finance and banking. Some of these are merely a collection of logos, while others represent a more structured attempt to classify this new generation of players taking on financial services.
Commission-free trading app Robinhood drives explosive growth, raises series B
Over 800,000 people waited for months before getting this company’s official invite to join this past March. Over $500 million has been transacted so far through the platform and over $12 million in commissions have been saved. Their average user is 26 and new to managing an investment portfolio online (or anywhere, for that matter).