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Dawn Capital promotes Dan Chaplin to co-head of fintech and digital assets

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Since joining Dawn Capital from JPMorgan in 2018, Chaplin has led some of the firm's biggest investments including into open banking fintech Tink, which was acquired by Visa for $2 billion in 2021.Deploying nearly £300 million in capital, Chaplin's portfolio history includes a host of early-stage software companies across the continent, including Cover Genius, Copper, Elwood, Billie, Acces Fintech and OpenGamma.Josh Bell says of Chaplin: “He has sourced some of our most exciting fintech investments, been a real thought partner to his founders, and delivered strong returns to our investors.

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