Latitude38 Venture Partners was founded in 2022 by managing partner Neeraj Vohra.
Vohra most recently was the Chief Investment Officer at Naples Technology Ventures (NTV) and has 30 years of strategic financial management and capital markets experience. At NTV, Neeraj was responsible for sourcing and leading investments in fintech and enterprise software companies, as well as the day to day operations of the fund. He has been the CFO of four private companies and his investment banking experience includes execution of more than $3 billion of capital raise transactions and 12 M&A deals in the financial technology and technology services industries.
Prior to joining NTV, Mr. Vohra was the CFO of Rose Financial Solutions, a finance as a service company (FaaS) where he partnered with the CEO to drive growth and closed an acquisition within the first 90 days of joining the firm. Neeraj’s CFO experience includes Ducker Frontier, a global market intelligence and consulting firm where he helped triple the revenues of the company through two acquisitions and Rate Reset, a software provider to the banking industry where he developed an ROI model to drive sales.
Mr. Vohra started his career at Standard & Poor’s as an equity analyst where his stock recommendations outperformed the S&P 500 index. He then joined Wheat First Butcher Singer as a sell-side research analyst and was ranked a “Top 20 Stock Picker” by Bloomberg. His investment banking experience includes leading teams in financial technology and technology services at Friedman Billings Ramsey and Signal Hill.
Mr. Vohra represented NTV on the board of Community Capital Technology, a loan marketplace for community financial institutions, and SoftLedger a real-time accounting platform. He was the NVT board observer at Vertalo, an Austin, TX based technology provider to the digital asset ecosystem. He helped found the DC Tech CFO Network that now has over 150 CFO members and continues to be a steering committee member. Additionally, he was a finalist for the Northern Virginia Technology Councils “CFO of the Year Award” in the emerging growth category in 2019. He holds an M.B.A. from the Stern School of Business at New York University and a B.B.A. in Economics from Baruch College, CUNY.
L38VP seeks superior long-term capital appreciation through investing in early stage Software as a Service (SaaS) and Banking as a Service (BaaS) technology companies that help community banks with less than $10 billion in assets, generally.
L38VP actively allocates capital into innovative FinTech companies that will benefit from the firm's deep community banking relationships, who will also be L38VP portfolio companies customers.