Who We Are

We invest in companies that were born after the internet and whose use, values, disruptiveness, and innovativeness align with Generation Z. We provide financial access and education to members of Generation Z, who are underserved and underrepresented within the financial world. With 2.5 billion members, Generation Z is an economic powerhouse, projected to be the highest-earning generation in less than ten years, earning over $40 trillion annually.


Meet the Gen Z Team


Julian Feder


Eitan Prins-Trachtenberg


Emma Nygren


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Lenny Feder

Lenny was Group Head of Financial Markets for Standard Chartered Bank from 2007 to 2015. His responsibilities included managing 2,000 traders across 41 countries with responsibility for $500 billion in assets. Prior to this, he was Global Head of Equity Derivatives Trading, Co-head of Prime
Brokerage, and Head of Asia for Bear Stearns. Lenny began trading for a hedge fund while at Columbia University.

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John Seward

John is lawyer with extensive experience in international securities and financial regulation and compliance. He has been Asia General Counsel for major international corporations. From 2008 to 2014, John was Global Head of Legal and Compliance for the Wholesale Banking division of
Standard Chartered Bank based in Singapore. In this role, he was responsible for managing a team of 600 lawyers and compliance professionals across the globe. From 2005 to 2014, John was the Head of Legal and Compliance for Asia for Bear Stearns based in Tokyo.

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Nat Singer

Nat is the Principal of Swap Financial Group, a boutique derivatives and financial advisory firm focusing on the largest municipal issuers in the country. Prior to joining SFG in 2008, Nat spent 21 years at Bear Stearns. He was the head of Bear Stearns’ Municipal Derivative Products Group and Chief Operating Officer of the Municipal Bond Department. Nat was also Chairman of the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board.

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Ken Reich

In 1995, Ken accepted an offer from Goldman Sachs to move to
London. He worked in London for more than 20 years at Goldman
Sachs, Deutsche Bank and Standard Chartered Bank as well as the
hedge funds Archeus Capital Management LLC and Man Group, Ltd.