Edison Partners, a Princeton, New Jersey-based growth equity investment firm, announced the promotion of Jordy Albert to Senior Associate.
Albert, who joined Edison in April 2015, is a member of the firm’s financial technology practice, helping to source and manage investments in consumer and enterprise FinTech.
As a Senior Associate, he leads the sourcing and evaluation of investment opportunities in the FinTech sector working closing with Managing Partner Chris Sugden, and General Partner, Michael Kopelman.
In 2016, Albert helped to source MoneyLion and Predata. Edison led the $22.5m Series A round of MoneyLion, a mobile personal finance platform, and a $3.25m investment in Predata, the predictive analytics platform used by hedge funds, corporate security officers, and government agencies to forecast geopolitical risk throughout the world.
He began his career with The Oklahoma Life Science Fund and Sevin Rosen Funds, where he participated in nearly a dozen financings, totaling over $35 million. Albert also served on the executive team of CFS2, a consumer FinTech company that raised more than $15 million in equity capital. At CFS2, he led all debt and equity fundraising and corporate development initiatives, including the formation and launch of the company’s subsidiary, Samaritan.