Marc Andrusko

Marc Andrusko


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Marc is an investment partner at Andreessen Horowitz, where he focuses on global early stage fintech investing. His investment interests include infrastructure, banking and wealth management technology, and businesses operating at the intersection of fintech and other categories (primarily healthcare and sustainability).

Prior to a16z, Marc led the personal financial management vertical at Plaid, where he built and launched partnerships that help millions of consumers live healthier financial lives. Before Plaid, Marc was a founding member of the corporate development and strategy team at Marcus by Goldman Sachs, where he spearheaded various initiatives spanning partnerships, M&A, and international expansion for the firm’s emerging consumer fintech business. He started his career at Goldman Sachs in interest rate products sales and trading.

Marc graduated magna cum laude from Duke University, where he studied Public Policy and Environmental Science. He is based in New York City.

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  • Investing in Moment
    David Haber and Marc Andrusko

    a16z will lead the Series A of Moment, a new company building infrastructure that abstracts away the complexities of embedding fixed income investments in any application.

  • The B2B Fintech Pricing Journey
    Marc Andrusko and Seema Amble

    When pricing a new B2B fintech product or service, simplicity is the key, especially at the earliest stages.

  • Financial Services Will Embrace Generative AI Faster Than You Think
    Angela Strange, Anish Acharya, Sumeet Singh, Alex Rampell, Marc Andrusko, Joe Schmidt, David Haber, and Seema Amble

    The emergence of generative AI could yield the largest transformation the financial services market has seen in decades.

  • Healthtech x Fintech’s Biggest Prize: The Financial Operating System for Healthcare
    Marc Andrusko, Annie Collins, David Haber, Daisy Wolf, and Julie Yoo

    Consider this: most healthcare providers are flying blind when it comes to their finances.

  • Investing in Method
    Anish Acharya and Marc Andrusko

    Debt is daunting—its labyrinth of complex rules, opaque governing bodies, and unique vernacular makes it difficult for the average consumer to understand. Concepts like credit scores, APRs, retroactive interest, and co...

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