The recent move by Chrystal Capital to partner with co-investment firms has already reaped rewards with their first investment collaboration with Pi-top founder being named Entrepreneur of the Year for 2018.
Chrystal Capital’s new co-investment team has introduced family office capital into a co-investment fundraise, alongside an asset manager, participating in the US $9.5 million Series C extension in Le Tote.
Chrystal Capital has acted as fundraiser and advisor on the £12 million Series B private placement for MPP Global, the market leader within the media and entertainment industries, and powers paid content.
The round has been led by the highly respected European and Silicon Valley based investment firm, Initial Capital, who have a proven track record in backing disruptive early-stage technology companies.
Globally renowned tech investor DIG Investments partnered with Chrystal Capital to raise £17 million via a private placement for Velocity Mobile, the world’s leading international digital hospitality service.
James Innes cannot help but smile whenever he glances at a supposedly definitive inventory of the wealthy, such as the Forbes World’s Billionaires list or the Sunday Times Rich List. His interest is piqued more by who does not get a mention, than who does.
Chrystal Capital has successfully introduced Melior Resources Inc, a publicly listed company to Belridge Enterprises Pty Ltd, a private Australian incorporated company which owns the Goondicum Ilmenite Project located in Australia.
Over 180 families participated in the fourth bi-annual Financial Times Family Office survey – a research project designed to help develop a better understanding of the performance drivers of Single and Multi-Family Offices globally.