Backing founders in financial technology

From the founders of Betterment and Acorns. With a foundation in starting and scaling companies that are shaping modern finance, Treasury backs the most ambitious fintech builders at an early stage.


Financial technology is central to our lives

We support builders globally who are modernizing financial services – those who are defining and redefining their categories with new infrastructure and tooling.

Backing bold fintech builders

Andela Andela cultivates IT talent in emerging markets and provides leading global technology companies with access to a high-skilled resource pool.

April builds a frictionless turnkey tax-filing service enabling financial institutions to provide maximum refunds for their members.

Armoz is an AI cyber security platform for SMBs to check the box for cyber insurance.

Bolttech is a global insurance exchange where underwriters, carriers, and agents can efficiently trade policies and manage exposures. 

Brankas is building open banking infrastructure in the fast-growing Southeast Asia region (think Plaid of SE Asia).

Copper is a fintech building point of sale platform for restaurants.

Counter is a healthcare payments platform that simplifies pharmacy-related expenses.

Embed is a modern broker-dealer clearing and custody firm.

Groundswell provides a platform for charitable giving as an employee benefit.

Maca is building a pricing OS for SaaS businesses

Renegade Insurance is building Compass for the insurance space. 

Rosaly is a financial superapp designed for European workers. 

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Axios: April launches complete version of AI powered tax filing


Business Insider: Andela acquires Qualified


Yahoo Finance: Brankas expands offering in SE Asia and enters MENA


The core team

Eli Broverman —
Built the first robo-advisor
New York,

Co-Founder of Betterment. Eli launched Betterment in 2008 and scaled the company into the largest independent digital wealth advisor.

Jeff Cruttenden —
Built the first mobile investing app
New York,

Co-Founder of Acorns, the world’s first mobile-first investing app and largest micro-investment platform.

Co-Founder of Say, a proxy-voting technology platform that empowers shareholders with access to their full ownership rights. In 2021, Say was acquired by Robinhood.

Founder of Crexi, the largest proptech company in Southern California. Luke has scaled Crexi’s commercial real estate platform to over half a million commercial listings.

Luke Morris
Venture Partner

Backend software engineer during hyper-scaling phase of Acorns. Held various product and engineering leadership roles at early stage fintech companies.

Soren Craig
Head of Idea Lab

Oversaw a portfolio of startups and funds on a global scale as part of a prominent Ukrainian Family Office. Prior, Sasha had hands-on experience with dozens of startups as part of a startup consultancy firm.

Sasha Silvestrov

Prior financial analyst experience at Wainbridge Capital and Duet Group. Bachelor’s Degree, Economics from Columbia University.

Alex Pisarev
Investment Analyst