Investment

This week’s family/private investment office deals

SPACs – Family offices involved in SPACs include:

Washington Capital, the family office of Martin A. Sumichrast  – SPAC: Adara Acquisition Corp

Wasson Enterprise, the family office of Greg Wasson; and North Sea Capital, the family office of Neil Richardson – SPAC: Twelve Seas Investment Company II

The McLarty Companies, the family office of Thomas F. McLarty, III and McLarty family – SPAC: MDH Acquisition Corp 

IPOs

DB Ventures, an investment group owned by ex-footballer David Beckham, has bought an 8% stake in listed cannabinoids company, Cellular Goods, according to reports. Cellular recently listed in London. 

Seed 

Winklevoss Capital, the investment office of Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, has invested in VersusGame, a mobile gaming platform. Winklevoss Capital was one of 13 investors seeding the Californian startup with $4 million in funding. 

Casdin Capital, Eli Casdin’s investment fund, has invested in Auron Therapeutics, a biotech group. Casdin was one of seven investors committing $12.8 million to the Boston-based startup. 

Nidoco, a Swedish-based investment group owned by Alexander and Albert Ehrnrooth, has invested in CHAOS, an urban forecasting company. Nidoco was one of four investors committing €1.4 million to the Helsinki-based startup. Nidoco led the round. 

Leslie Ventures, an investment group owned by American entrepreneur Mark Leslie, has invested in Zadar Labs, a radar intelligence systems platform. Leslie was one of five investors committing $5.6 million to the San Jose, California-based startup.

Tom Singh, the UK fashion entrepreneur, probably through either investment group he owns Rianta Capital or Singh Family Trust, has invested in Heights, a healthcare platform. Singh was one of six investors committing £1.7 million to the London-based startup. 

Puck Ventures, a New York City-based investment group owned by entrepreneur Christopher Leong, has invested in C. Light Technologies, a medical device group. Puck was one of nine investors committing $2.5 million to the Californian startup.  

Investment AB Öresund, a Swedish investment group owned by  Mats Qviberg and Sven Hagströmer, has invested in Turbotic, an SaaS platform. Investment AB Öresund committed $3 million to the Stockholm-based startup. 

Series A 

Picus Capital, the Munich-based venture group of venture billionaire Alexander Samwer, has invested in Narmi, a fintech platform. Picus was one of five investors committing $20.4 million to the New York City-based group. 

Series B

McNair Interests, the investment office of the Texan McNair family, together with Morton Cohn Investments, which is owned by fellow Texan Morton Cohn and family, has invested in Dominion Aesthetic Technologies, a medical device company. The two investors were among four to commit $23.7 million to the San Antonio, Texas-based group. 

166 2nd Financial Services, the family office of WeWork co-founder Adam Neumann, has invested in Valon Technologies, a real estate platform. 166 was one of four investors committing $50 million to the New York City-based group. 

Havenrock, a Paris and Beverly Hills-based investment group owned by the Barakat family, has invested in SESAMm, a fintech platform. Havenrock was one of seven investors committing €7.5 million to the Paris-based group. 

Series D 

Kinnevik, the Swedish investment group owned by the Stenbeck, Klingspor and von Horn families, has invested in Vivino, a wine app. Kinnevik was one of four investors committing $155 million to the San Francisco-based group. Kinnevik led the round. 

Summer Capital, an Amsterdam based principal investment office owned by Jan-Maarten Mulder, has invested in Broncus Technologies, a medical device company. Summer was one of four investors committing an unspecified amount to the Californian company. 

Series G 

Eldridge, an investment group owned by billionaire Todd Boehly, has invested in Stash, a fintech platform. Eldridge was one of five investors committing $125 million to the New York City-based group. 

 

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