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SuperReturn Private Credit Europe
10 - 11 March 2025
Royal Lancaster London

Michael Sidgmore
Co-Founder & Partner at Broadhaven Ventures


Michael Sidgmore has spent the last decade as an investor and operator in the financial technology sector. He is a Partner and Co-Founder of Broadhaven Ventures, a global early-stage financial technology investor that invests principal capital into fintech companies, VC funds, and incubates asset management businesses, including Cantilever Group, a GP stakes fund built in partnership with BTG Pactual and Broadhaven Ventures. Michael has served on the boards of Nowports, Liveoak (acq. DocuSign), Harvest (acq. by Envestnet), and as an advisor to Republic, Kovi, Allocate, and Brassica. Broadhaven Ventures is affiliated with Broadhaven Capital Partners, a leading financial services investment bank, that has done over $90B in M&A transaction volume. Prior to co-founding Broadhaven Ventures, Michael was a pre-product employee (#8) and SVP at iCapital, the leading technology platform in alternative assets with over $170 billion in AUM. Prior to iCapital, he was employee #16 and first sales hire at Mosaic, a residential solar financing platform backed by Warburg Pincus that has done over $14B in home solar loan originations. Michael started his career at Goldman Sachs in their Principal Strategic Investments Group, a direct investing team focused on market structure and financial technology. He is also a Venture Partner at Goodwater Capital, a $3B consumer tech VC. Michael is also the founder of alternative investments focused podcast and content platform Alt Goes Mainstream. Michael is an owner of Angel City FC, the women's soccer team in LA. He holds a BSc in International Relations from the London School of Economics.

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Agenda Sessions

  • A fast-growing frontier: asset-backed lending