Welcoming Dan Petrozzo to the Oak HC/FT Family

January 18, 2022

Oak HC/FT’s FinTech team is excited to welcome our newest Venture Partner, Dan Petrozzo, who will help us expand our track record of investing in fintech companies that are positioned for accelerated growth.

Dan brings two decades of experience in capital markets and asset management, with a specific focus on infrastructure and technology. His experience as an entrepreneur, operator and investor, combined with his institutional knowledge of capital markets, IT and infrastructure, make him a great addition to Oak HC/FT as we deploy our second fund.

“Since launching Oak HC/FT in 2014, we have continued to expand the firm by bringing on industry leaders and executives to join our team,” said Tricia Kemp, Co-founder and General Partner of Oak HC/FT. “Dan is a world-class entrepreneur and executive whose startup and financial services expertise complement our group ideally.”

Dan Petrozzo added, “I am passionate about tackling complex problems in Financial Services, and I now look forward to this opportunity to work with the terrific team at Oak HC/FT. We will deploy our collective skills to address important issues in the multi-trillion-dollar Financial Services market, including by leveraging technology to improve quality, reduce inefficiencies, enhance customer experiences.”

Prior to joining Oak HC/FT, Dan was Senior Vice President at Intralinks where he was responsible for customer success and technology operations. Dan joined Intralinks from Verilume, a cloud computing company he co-founded, which was sold to Intralinks in 2016.

Dan is a former Partner and was Global Head of Technology for investment management at Goldman Sachs. He was Chief Information Officer at Fidelity Investments, and former Co-Chief Information Officer at Morgan Stanley, and Global Head of Equity Prime Services Technology for Deutsche Bank AG.

Dan’s appointment follows other recent additions to the Oak HC/FT team, including Andrew Robinson, who joined as an Oak HC/FT Executive in Residence, as well as Brigitte Tondreau, a newly appointed analyst with the fintech team.