SENAHILL'S NEWS AND EVENTS

Colleagues Remember Fintech Pioneer Neil DeSena

Fintech pioneer Neil DeSena, co-founder of fintech merchant bank SenaHill Partners, passed away Saturday. He was 52.

SenaHill’s 1st 2017 Newsletter

Greetings and happy new year. While February may be Oscars season, here at SenaHill it’s always fintech season. We’re off to a great start in 2017, with deals, awards, and lots of news to share. As always, thanks for reading. – Neil & Justin

LendIt’s Top Fintech Equity Investor Award finalist

Awarded to the venture capital or private equity firm that has invested in a range of successful fintech startups and contributed to the industry’s vision.

The Trade featuring SenaHill’s 2017 Trends & Predictions

  1. The time is right for West Coast firms to deploy their cash and innovative tech to acquire a traditional market data company.
  2. Focus will shift from millennials to baby boomers as boomers retire at a rate of 11, 000 per day and retirement cash management products become king.

TheBanker.com – Regulatory Pressure in FinTech

“Others approach [business sustainability] from a non-traditional way, such as creating new instruments to offload credit risk, which will virtually eliminate billions of dollars in capital requirements and charges,” Neil adds.

 

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