Specialist FinTech Venture Capital

Assembly Capital Partners Limited is the Investment Advisor to a number of FinTech funds

Within the Assembly Group, Assembly Capital Partners Limited provides investment advice to venture capital funds.  The founders share 50+ years of experience at global financial institutions.  Based in London and with international reach, the focus is on the B2B segment.  Investments are usually first made when the investee has commercial validation, which typically aligns with late Seed or Series A.  Our Principles give a further insight into what we are looking to do.


Our principles lead to long term active investment

Assembly is probably slower to complete due diligence than most but, once we have made our decision to recommend an opportunity, we are fully committed.

Fund Holdings.

Venture capital investments

Assembly Capital Partners Limited controls the General Partners of, and is the Investment Advisor to, two venture funds.  This is a selection of the investments made by the funds.
  • No code insurance platform

  • Mortgage asset origination platform

  • Cloud scale financial product quant library

  • Bill payments hub

  • Audit and compliance automation

  • Lending platform asset quality data


Let’s talk….

Most leads come to us through our network but we always want to speak to driven, intelligent founders who have started down the road with a new business. Please remember we provide advice to funds which invest in early stage B2B FinTech.

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Assembly Capital Partners Limited, a limited company registered in England and Wales with Companies House number 11109422, is an Appointed Representative of Sapia Partners LLP which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FRN: 550103). The products/ services offered on this website are intended for professional investors only as defined by the Rules of the Financial Conduct Authority. Capital at risk. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance. The value of investments and the income received from them can fall as well as rise, is not guaranteed and you may not get back the amount originally invested.