YPOG and Van Campen Liem advised btov Partners (formerly BrainsToVentures) in the transaction.
The Swiss-German VC investor and private investor network btov Partners (formerly BrainsToVentures) announced the structuring of its second generation digital technologies fund in the role of international fund counsel.
The new early-stage digital technologies fund has reached final closing at $135 million. More than 70 members of the network have invested in the fund and will continue to assist with investment opportunities. This second btov digital technologies fund, like its predecessor, invests in technologies in AI, digital health, FinTech, logistics, B2B SaaS and marketplaces – across Europe and with a focus on Seed and Series A rounds. The fund has already been investing for a year – for example, investments were made in the companies Decentriq, gitti, Heartbeat Medical, LatticeFlow or Vamstar.
Investors include business angels such as Logitech founder Daniel Borel, Scout 24 founder Joachim Schoss, Global Unicorn Hunter Daniel Gutenberg, and other entrepreneurs such as Holger Hengstler (Dress-for-less), Reiner Mauch (Consors), Toon Coppens (Netlog, Realo) and Tim Schiffers (ParshipMeet Group). Institutional limited partners such as the European Investment Fund also participated.
The YPOG team included Dr. Fabian Euhus (Picture – Lead/Structuring), Partner; Joel El-Qalqili (Structuring), Associated Partner and Dr. Sebastian Schwarz (Tax), Associated Partner.
The Van Campen Liem team was led by Olivier Wuidar.
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