Area of focus

Financial Venture Capital Investors

Are you trying to discover the next industry disruptor? Are you evaluating an investment in a start-up, growth stage or late stage company with lots of growth potential?

We know that you need to move quickly to close deals, and ultimately exit at a high return.

We have a strong track record in advising financial venture capital investors (including venture capital, private equity and other fund types) on the full "venture capital lifecycle."

Our industry focus enables us to identify, and even anticipate regulatory changes, market dynamics, and trends that will redefine the shape of an industry. We know disruptive technologies. We have our finger on the pulse. We can use this industry insight to help financial venture capital investors spot investment opportunities and support promising companies with their strategy and growth.

Representative experience

Grafton Capital and the shareholders of Softomotive Holding Ltd on its sale to Microsoft Corporation.

Kingdom Holding Company on its investments in Careem, Lyft, Twitter and Deezer.

A French-Korean private equity fund on a number of transactions, including on its investment in leading blockchain technology solution provider Bitfury and on its investment in Spanish virtual marketplace, Wallapop.

Mouro Capital (f/k/a Santander InnoVentures) on numerous fintech investments including most recently its investments in Upgrade, Blueprint Title, and DriveWealth as well as a follow-on investment in Crosslend.

New Enterprise Associates as lead investor on its investments in Tiburio’s Series A and Complexa’s Series C-1 financings.

New Enterprise Associates on multiple equity investments, including its Series A investment in Vtesse and Series C investments in NightStarX and Mirum Pharmaceuticals.

Norwest Venture Partners on a number of investments including on its Series D-2 investment in Grove Collaborative and on its investment in Algorithmia’s US$25m Series B financing round.

Paladin Capital Group as lead investor in the $20,550,000 Series B financing of RiskLens.

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