11.7 C
September 28, 2022
2020 – 2022 © MO.CO.HU Magyarország Hírek, Hungary News
Image default
All Iron Ventures europe Featured funding HÍREK Hoxton Ventures VC Funding VILÁG ANGOL

All Iron Ventures launches £26m European fund of funds

Bilbao, Spain-based venture capital firm All Iron Ventures has launched a €30m (£25.6m) “fund of funds” to invest in European fund managers.

Through its AIV Bilbao FDF I fund, All Iron Ventures has so far backed VC firms including Hoxton Ventures, Left Lane Capital, Speedinvest, Crane Venture Partners and Firstminute Capital.

“With the launch of this fund of funds, we offer a complementary investment alternative to our investors in an asset class that is enjoying increasing interest in the Spanish developing tech ecosystem,” said Ander Michelena, co-founding partner, AIV.

“It is also an additional step in our bold vision to become a leading VC in Europe in the long term,” added Michelena.

All Iron is looking to invest in around 15 funds, with a minimum of three-quarters of the capital invested in European early and later-stage companies.

Since 2018 the VC firm has invested in over 50 companies across Europe and has a total asset under management of €140m (£119m).

“We aspire to build long-term relationships with the managers in which we invest and to provide them with meaningful value. In short, become one of those LPs that we would like to have as our own investors,” said Diego Recondo, partner and co-managing director, AIV.

All Iron’s fund of funds has received capital from 80 investors including existing limited partners from its first fund.

Its portfolio contains Lime, Uncapped and APlanet.

The fund of funds follows All Iron’s first €66.5m (£56.8m) fund that invested in seed and Series A rounds in Spanish or European companies.

The post All Iron Ventures launches £26m European fund of funds appeared first on UKTN | UK Tech News.

Related posts

Paired, a UK app that aims to make couple relationships happier and healthier, bags £2.5M


The most powerful female VCS in UK tech


FCA warns Bitpanda over crypto exchange’s regulation claims


DMCA.com Protection Status