The USDF Consortium is actively developing standards and practices for banks to mint USDF. USDF is being designed to deliver a safe and sound mechanism for transferring value on blockchain that addresses the concerns that currently exist with stablecoins minted by private companies.Read More
Banktech for the Community Banks of the Future
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Investing in Companies Solving Problems That Banks Face
JAM FINTOP is helping community banks proactively identify, invest in and implement the right technology to remain relevant and competitive.
Maintain relevance by accessing new technologies
We invest in companies developing solutions that allow banks to more effectively compete against megabanks, neobanks and fintechs.
JAM FINTOP Network
We actively engage with our partners to understand their needs, introduce them to new technology and foster an innovation mindset.
About Our Partners
66 community bank partners across the country
The $600+ billion of combined assets of the JAM FINTOP Banktech's limited partners would rank as the fifth largest commercial bank in the nation.
*JAM FINTOP LPs represents the combined bank assets of the 66 limited partners in JAM FINTOP Banktech, LP based upon bank filings as of June 30, 2021. Chart above excludes the four larger banks: JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America, Wells Fargo and Citigroup.
Source: S&P Global Market Intelligence.
NYCB and Figure also announced that they will invest in the JAM FINTOP Blockchain fund, which will invest in and develop blockchain infrastructure and businesses. Figure's team will also serve as advisors to the fund, including Mike Cagney leading JAM FINTOP's Blockchain Committee and June Ou, Figure's Chief Operating Officer, serving as Technical Advisor.Read More
In this role Matt will engage with banks and tech companies to understand the opportunities, challenges and pain points they face. He will also manage programming and facilitate connections between banks and innovators with the goal of helping banks provide the best experience for their customers.Read More
Kelley, a former bank equity research analyst who later moved to sales positions at Piper Jaffray Cos. and most recently Stephens Inc., said he is joining Jacobs Asset Management LLC to become director of the JAM FINTOP bank network starting May 17.Read More
JAM Special Opportunity Ventures, an affiliate of New York based-bank investor Jacobs Asset Management, and Nashville-based technology investor FINTOP Capital announced the joint raise last month, which will plow Series A funding into startups that cater to community banks.Read More
A new fund, built in partnership between a fintech investor and bank investor, brings capital from community banks to tech firms.Read More
JAM FINTOP Banktech, a $150 million investment fund designed to help accelerate technology adoption at community banks, announced that the Independent Community Bankers of America (ICBA), which represents community banks through advocacy, education and innovation, will serve as a strategic advisor.Read More
For the 66 banks participating in the investment vehicle, the start-ups present both a return-on-investment opportunity and a potential upgrade for their own digital offerings. The banks will act as limited partners in the $150 million fund.Read More
But this isn’t your typical investment fund. Its 66 limited partners are all community banks that have more than $600 billion of combined assets, according to the news release.Read More
Several dozen banks have invested in a $150 million fund created to provide capital to fintechs.Read More
JAM Special Opportunity Ventures (JSOV), an affiliate of Jacobs Asset Management (JAM), and FINTOP Capital announced the closing of JAM FINTOP Banktech, a $150M investment fund designed to help accelerate technology adoption at community banks across the United States.
Leveraging Deep Banktech Insights
Decades of Industry Experience
Our team includes seasoned entrepreneurs and bank experts. FINTOP has ridden the ups and downs of the startup world and found success, while JAM has spent 26 years meeting with and investing in community banks.