Alex Marquez talks to Tearsheet host Zack Miller about his role at Experian Ventures, and investing in innovation.

After 18+ years in corporate venture capital, credit bureau Experian brought in Alex Marquez last year to launch its own investment vehicle. While the firm has been acquisitive throughout its history, this was a new initiative for the firm as it invests in innovation.

Alex is our guest today on the Tearsheet podcast, where we discuss Experian’s investment mandate and how he measures the success of his corporate venture programme. We also talk about how the investment side integrates into the firm’s larger strategy.

You can listen to more episodes of the Tearsheet Podcast, and other fintech shows, on the BankNXT podcast page. Enjoy!

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About the author

Zack Miller

Zack Miller is founder of Tearsheet (formerly Tradestreaming), a vertical media company focused on the digital finance and fintech industries. Zack has worked with and consulted to many top venture-backed fintech companies, including Lending Club, Behalf, SigFig, OurCrowd and Seeking Alpha.

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