Venture capital fund Element Global Technologies Private Portfolio invests in startups from the US, Europe, Israel, and several other countries.
The focus of investment: fintech, cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, foodtech, new materials, e-commerce.
Multistage approach: fund invests in prominent startups with a great potential for return on investment, considering companies from seed, growth and late stages. Such flexibility helps investors to build a strongly diversified portfolio with an optimum investment horizon and a well-balanced risk and return ratio.
Investment goals and strategy
- Target investment period: 1–3 years
- Target return: 35% per annum
- Minimum investment: $ 50,000
- The minimum purchase amount for one company: $ 10 thousand.
- The Fund Memorandum is available to clients who have passed the primary verification.
Fund’s licence and structure
The fund is licensed as a Private Investment Fund by the British Virgin Islands Financial Services Commission on Securities and Investment Business Act, 2010: Element Global Technologies Private Portfolio, Certificate No. SIBA/PIF/20/0079.
The fund serves as a nominee shareholder for the shares. The investor owns the shares of the fund, which owns the shares of a particular company. At the same time, a segregated account is created for each investor, on which his assets are recorded and the results of management are reflected.
The benefits of Global Technologies Private Portfolio
- Exclusive deals with a help of a wide range of international partners .
- Diversification of the investor’s portfolio: the fund offers from 3 to 5 new pre-IPO ideas every quarter.
- Expert assessment of each company by our analysts: its product, competitive advantages, financial performance, market potential, etc.
- An investor can choose the company to buy on his own or entrust the choice to a manager.
- An investor can exit a deal before IPO by selling shares to another client of the fund (increased liquidity).
- Segregated account for each investor.
- IPO / direct listing / SPAC. The fund waits for the company to go public, sells its shares, and distributes yield to the clients. If the lock-up period is set, the fund sells shares after it ends (it usually takes 3-6 months).
- M&A. The investors get yield after the acquisition deal.
- Sell shares on a secondary market, before the company’s IPO. The fund acts as an intermediary between two shareholders.
Current investment opportunities
- Drip Capital. Fintech company focused on solving the working capital problem for SME exporters.
- Oxygen. American neobank for freelancers and small businesses.
- Destinus. Rocket airplane for extra fast intercontinental cargo delivery.
- Klarna. Financial and shopping super app.
- Sift. Online fraud detection and prevention AI platform.