Hubble Investments is a FINRA member Broker Dealer engaged in private placements of startups and hedge funds.

Brokercheck CRD#: 289415/SEC#: 8-69995

Select Transactions Completed by Hubble Investments


Series Seed, 2018
Industrial data integrity
Notable Investors Include:
- National Grid Partners
- Data Point Capital


Series Seed, 2018
Enterprise Blockchain
Notable Investors Include:
- Morgan Creek
- Liberty City Capital
- ConsenSys Ventures


Series Seed, 2020
Immersive Display
Notable Investors Include:
- E14 Fund (MIT)
- Lockheed Martin
- Franklin Templeton

Connect Homes

Series A, 2021
Pre-Fab Buildings
Notable Investors Include:
- Wells Fargo Strategic Capital
- MetaProp - Brick & Mortar Ventures


Seed, 2022
Semiconductor Chemistry
Notable Investors Include:
- Intel Capital
- Foothill Ventures


Series A, 2022
SMB Insurance
Notable Investors Include:
- Menlo Ventures
- Lux Capital
- Sure Ventures


Series B, 2021
Implantable BPH devices
Notable Investors Include:
- F-Prime Capital
- Y Combinator

Repurpose Compostables

Series A, 2020
Notable Investors Include:
- For Good Ventures
- Brick & Mortar Ventures
- Pipeline Angels


Swati Chaturvedi

Swati Chaturvedi has been a management consultant, an investment professional and is now an entrepreneur. Before starting Propel(x), Swati was an investment professional at Exigen Capital, working on IT Telecom, Travel, and BPO deals. Before that, she was a management consultant working across a variety of industries. Swati is the co-founder of the MIT Alumni Angel Investors group. She founded and led the group from 2013 – 2015 and continues to be on the screening committee. She has an MBA from the Sloan School of Management, an M.S. from MIT, an M.S. from UC Berkeley, and a Bachelor’s degree from the Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee. 

Regulatory and Compliance

Scott Andersen

Scott Andersen is principal at Andersen, P.C. (, a SEC and FINRA defense law firm with a national practice originating in Manhattan. Mr. Andersen from March 2012 to February 2015 was deputy Regional Chief Counsel at the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) in Los Angeles, where he oversaw all FINRA enforcement cases prosecuted by the Los Angeles office and managed the West region’s (Los Angeles, San Francisco, Denver and Seattle) attorneys. He has worked on matters with the SEC, Department of Justice and state prosecutorial and regulatory agencies. More so, Scott is an Adjunct Professor at his alma mater, Albany Law School, where he teaches securities fraud and financial crime. Scott Anderson is an outsourced legal counsel to Hubble.


Malberian Consulting is a San Francisco based financial regulatory consulting firm that has been delivering solutions to broker-dealers, investment advisers and FinTech firms for over a decade. Staffed by experienced attorneys with in depth knowledge of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, the Investment Advisers Act of 1940 and the rules of FINRA and the securities exchanges, we offer an impressive portfolio of professional consulting services that are completely customizable for financial services firms.

Brokerage products and services are offered by Hubble Investments, Member FINRA and SIPC and a wholly owned subsidiary of Propel(x), located at 1 Franklin Parkway, Bldg # 930/1, San Mateo CA 94403. Information about Hubble Investments is available at FINRA BrokerCheck. Hubble Investments does not make investment recommendations and no communication, through this website or in any other medium should be construed as a recommendation for any security offered on or off this investment platform. This website is intended solely for qualified investors. Private investments are highly illiquid and risky and are not suitable for all investors. Investments in early-stage private companies should only be part of your overall investment portfolio. Furthermore, the allocation to this asset sub-class may be best fulfilled through a balanced portfolio of different start-ups. Investments in startups are highly illiquid and those investors who cannot hold an investment for the long term (at least 5-7 years) should not invest.