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Caixa Capital Risc

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Caixa Capital Risc is the venture capital branch of CriteriaCaixa, an investment holding company that manages La Caixa's banking funds. It was established in 2004 and has registered capital of €195 million. It is based in Barcelona, Spain and has invested in more than 100 Spanish companies in different sectors. It invests across sectors, requiring the startup to work with market-proven technology in a profitable and innovative proposition.

Seasoned entrepreneur Paulo Trezentos founded software development company Caixa Mágica Software in 2000. He continued to work on his business while pursuing his master’s and a PhD in Computer Science from Instituto Superior Técnico in Lisbon, Portugal. Caixa Mágica Software handled many projects, including Aptoide, an independent Android app marketplace that later became a separate company. Trezentos closed his first company in 2015. He continues to work as an assistant professor at Lisbon's University Institute ISCTE, where he lectures in Operating Systems and Computer Architecture at the bachelor's and master's levels.

Founded in 2010 and based in Lisbon, eggNEST is a seed capital fund targeting Portuguese startups in the fields of digital marketing and software engineering. eggNEST is partnered with VC firms such as Caixa Capital and Portugal Ventures, as well as accelerators such as Startup Lisboa and Startup Braga, to build the country’s startup ecosystem.

Pedro Luis Uriarte Santamarina was the CEO of Spanish multinational bank BBVA from 1994 to 2001. He was also the Regional Minister-Economy & Finance of the first autonomous government of the Basque Country region in Spain. After being one of the creators of the Basque Agency for Innovation, Uriarte became an early investor of Indexa Capital and Bewa7er, both of which are co-founded by Unai Asenjo Barra.

Led by co-founder and Managing Partner Alexandre Barbosa, Faber Ventures is a pan-European venture capital firm with offices in Lisbon and London. It was founded in 2012 with VCs Caixa Capital and Shilling Capital Partners investors in Faber Ventures.The firm works alongside founders from idea to market, either as co-founders or angel investors, and typically continues to support the startup as seed co-investors. Faber Ventures also supports startups at the seed stage with financial investment and hands-on mentorship. The company has invested in 19 startups to date in varied sectors and managed two exits, Glitter and Gleam.

Delong Capital was founded by entrepreneur Ding Liguo. It has branches in Beijing, Hong Kong and Singapore and assets under management worth nearly RMB 10 billion. Delong Capital invests mainly in early- or growth-stage startups from the high-end manufacturing, healthcare, new materials/new energy, artificial intelligence and big data sectors.

Álvaro Ortiz is a business angel with over 15 years of experience in the fields of User Experience, E-commerce, Communities, Online Marketing, Front-end development and Project Management.He founded Mumumío, an e-commerce platform that sold quality food directly from producers. Ortiz is currently the CEO and founder of Populate, a startup that builds tools and platforms for civic engagement.Besides being an internet expert and a founder of several startups, he has also been involved in fundraising for other startups.

Former partner, Mount Venture Capital; vice president, Power Capital. The economics graduate from Jiangsu University is an avid backpacker and certified tour guide. A serial entrepreneur too (with previous startups in bicycle rental, education and training, e-commerce, F&B).

David Comellas Vogel was the first investor in AEInnova, where he is currently CEO and Managing Director. Comellas started his career as a manager at Caixa Catalunya bank and then as a senior consultant at financial advisory firm Qualinneo. He continued his finance career at Deutsche Bank and as a consultant in Insights Business Partners until 2017.  As a partner at Blocktac, Comellas has been an investor and serial entrepreneur, while also assuming the role of advisor and partner at Happy Customer Box. Comellas holds a master's degree in banking administration from Barcelona's Universitat Pompeu Fabra and is also the Vice-President of Aeroclub Barcelona-Sabadell. 

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