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September 12-14, 2022
The Marriott Marquis Times Square, New YorkNew York, NY

Brian Yee
Partner at ACME


Brian Yee is a Partner at ACME focusing on investment opportunities in consumer, digital healthcare, fin-tech and vertical software. Brian currently sits on the board of Ever/Body, Quip, SoLo Funds, Wag!, and Zendrive, and serves as a board observer for BFA (Ipsy), Brightside, Pill Club, and He has also been involved with the firm’s investments in Airbnb, Billie, Cue, Forte, Included Health, OpenGov, Pillpack, Robinhood, and Uber, among others.

Brian was previously an investment professional at General Atlantic, a $20 billion growth equity firm, where he focused primarily on mid-to-late stage growth investments in internet, software, and business services sectors. During his tenure, Brian helped to execute and support the firm’s investments in Box (NYSE: BOX), Appirio (acquired by CapGemini) and Altair (NASDAQ: ALTR). Before joining General Atlantic, Brian started his career at Goldman Sachs, where he led investments in growth-stage companies such as Uber (Series B), and advised companies like Workday, Twitter, Intuit, Intel, GoDaddy, and LAM Research on M&A, capital structuring, and financing decisions. Brian also previously worked in Goldman’s Investment Management division where he was a member of an 8-person investment team managing $4 billion in AUM for high net worth families, foundations, and institutions.

Brian is a graduate of Georgetown University and worked as a congressional intern for Senator John McCain. He lives in San Francisco with his wife and three children.

Agenda Sessions

  • Power Panel: Buy Now Pay Later: A Great Product For Customers Or A Debt Trap? How Is This Exploding Market Going To Change The Status Quo & What Does It Mean For The Future Of Credit Cards?