43 min

The Three Body Problem of Venture Capital w/ Frank Rotman (CIO, QED Investors‪)‬ Origins - A podcast about the LP and VC ecosystem.

    • Investing

Nick and Beezer sit down with Frank Rotman, a founding partner and CIO at QED Investors to talk about his early days as the chief credit officer of Capital One, the fundamental flaw in the way founders and investors have been funding startups, the purpose associates serve and how those associates can better their skills, and how VCs can avoid being left in the exhaust of larger firms.

Learn more about Sapphire Partners: https://sapphireventures.com/sapphire-partners/

Learn more about Notation Capital: https://notation.vc/

Visit QED Investors’ website: https://www.qedinvestors.com/

Read Frank Rotman’s post on the Three Body Problem: https://www.qedinvestors.com/blog/the-three-body-problem-finding-the-new-stable-points-in-venture-capital

Nick and Beezer sit down with Frank Rotman, a founding partner and CIO at QED Investors to talk about his early days as the chief credit officer of Capital One, the fundamental flaw in the way founders and investors have been funding startups, the purpose associates serve and how those associates can better their skills, and how VCs can avoid being left in the exhaust of larger firms.

Learn more about Sapphire Partners: https://sapphireventures.com/sapphire-partners/

Learn more about Notation Capital: https://notation.vc/

Visit QED Investors’ website: https://www.qedinvestors.com/

Read Frank Rotman’s post on the Three Body Problem: https://www.qedinvestors.com/blog/the-three-body-problem-finding-the-new-stable-points-in-venture-capital

43 min