QED Investors Hires New Principal to Focus on Early Stage Fintechs

QED Investors, one of the most active and successful VCs in the Fintech sector, has selected a new Principal. According to QED, San Francisco-based Victoria Zuo will be aiding QED to seek promising young early-stage Fintech firms.

Prior to joining QED, Zuo helped lead fintech investing at Gradient Ventures, Google’s early-stage venture fund. She started her career in tech M&A at Qatalyst Partners, advising founders in their sell-side processes on more than $20 billion in M&A transactions.

Nigel Morris, QED MD, said Zuo brings a diverse range of experience and it is great to add her perspective to the team:

“Victoria instantly becomes a key part of our core early stage team as we build out our presence on the west coast and scale into the opportunities ahead of us. Her addition further helps QED deliver on its promise to support founders at the earliest stages of their entrepreneurial journeys and provide the best advice in Fintech,” stated Morris.

“I am thrilled to embark on the next chapter of my career with the best fintech experts in the industry,” said Zuo, adding that she is excited to support the next generation of commerce, marketplaces, and the broader SaaS monetization stack.

QED Investors has invested in more than 170 companies, including 25 unicorns, and has $4.8 billion under management.

Some well-known investments include AvidXchange, Bitso, ClearScore, Current, Creditas, Credit Karma, SoFi and more.

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