Nyca Partners

Nyca Partners

A New York-based venture capital firm that invests in companies focusing on finTech

Nyca Partners is a venture capital firm in New York that prefers to invest in companies focusing on finTech. Founded 2014 in New York, United States, the firm invests in Series A, Series B, seed, and corporate rounds. The notable investment portfolio of Nyca Partners includes Very Good Security, Roofstock, OpenFin, and Canopy. As of January 2020, Nyca Partners has made 62 investments and 1 exit, and is actively looking for new investment opportunities. Their most recent investment was on Dec 18, 2019, when OpenFin raised $22M. Nyca Partners has raised 3 funds, their latest being Nyca Investment Fund III. This fund was announced on Aug 2, 2019 and raised a total of $210M.

https://www.crunchbase.com/organization/nycapartners#section-overview

Timeline

2014
Founded

Funded Companies

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Description
Industry
Website
Location
Blend (company)

Blend invites companies that service the mortgage industry to sell digital tools--APIs--through its platform.

Acorns is an Irvine, California-based micro-investing company allowing users to round up consumer purchases and invest the change.

Propel builds software dedicated to helping low-income Americans improve their financial health with technology.

Zendrive is a smartphone-based data analytics and transportation safety platform.

TrueAccord is a Lenexa, Kansas based digital debt collection company.

Catch is a company providing a benefits management platform for handling taxes, retirement, time off, health insurance, and student loan refinancing.

Zero is a mobile banking application with a card that acts like a debit card while earning cash back on purchases.

Roofstock is an Oakland, California-based company founded in 2015 by Gary Beasley.

Axoni is a blockchain and software development company offering the creation of blockchain infrastructure, distributed applications, and workflow automation tools.

Brigit is a New York City-based financial technology company founded in 2017.

Amino Payments is a Philadelphia-based company.

A technology company that has developed a solution for fraud detection management.

Transcend is a San Francisco-based company.

Built Technologies is a Nashville, Tennessee-based company founded in 2014.

Fidel is a London-based payment company.

EverCompliant is an Israel-based artificial intelligence company founded by Ron Teicher, Noam Rabinovich and Raz Abramov.

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Ravi Mohan

COO & Partner

David Sica

Partner

John C. Morris

Managing Partner

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FIDEL API

Boomtown

Built Technologies

Ethic

Laika

LeapYear Technologies

OpenFin

Ribbon

Sheltr

Zendrive

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AlleyWatch
February 8, 2021
AlleyWatch
The Pulse of New York Tech
OpenFin
December 9, 2020
www.prnewswire.com:443
/PRNewswire/ -- OpenFin, the operating system (OS) of finance, announced today that it secured a strategic investment from SC Ventures, the innovation, fintech...
AlleyWatch
May 1, 2020
AlleyWatch
The Pulse of New York Tech
Danny Crichton
April 21, 2020
TechCrunch
There is massive momentum in fintech right now: regulations are finally opening up, APIs are more widely available than ever before, and there is a sense that existing products -- both financial and technical -- are just not doing the job that consumers and financial professionals demand. With excitement like that, fintech has unsurprisingly seen [...]
Steve O'Hear
September 25, 2019
TechCrunch
Fidel, the U.K.-headquartered startup that offers an API to let developers build functionality, such as rewards, on top of the major card payment networks, has raised $18 million in Series A funding. The pretty sizeable round is co-led by U.S.-based fintech funds Nyca Partners and QED Investors. Also participating are Citi Ventures, Commerce VC, Elefund, [...]
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