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Saffron Hill Ventures
Offices: London, England
Saffron Hill Ventures is an early stage venture capital fund.  They were founded in December 2000 by a group of investors that collectively bring an international network of relationships, financial resources, and business expertise. Their typical investment size is 500,000 - 2 million. The nature of early stage investing requires frequent contact with companies they invest in, but several have a presence in the US.
Offices: Paris, France
The obstacles faced by mid-sized businesses looking to grow generally result from their lack of access to industrial investors who, in addition to providing capital, can also help them shape a medium- to long-term strategic vision. As a shareholder, Sagard is positioned to fill this gap. It focuses on investments in mid-sized businesses operating primarily in France and francophone Europe.
SAM Private Equity
Offices: Zurich, Switzerland
Launched in 2000, SAM Private Equity today manages two funds as well as two mandates all focusing on venture capital in the Cleantech sectors, namely, energy, materials, water, and agricultural technologies. SAM was a pioneer in Europe and today, with EUR 148 mio under management, is one of the largest players in Europe. SAM funds have a combined committed capital of approx. EUR 90 mio.
SAP Ventures (SAP)
Offices: Palo Alto, California
With a geographic focus on the United States and Europe, SAP Ventures has professionals located in all major technology regions. Like any venture capital investor, they have five key investment criteria: management team, market size, unique product/technologies, valuation and exit opportunity. They never lead investments. They always follow and prefer the lead to be a new investor with a proven track record.


Sator Private Equity
Offices: Rome, Italy & London, England
Sator Private Equity Fund aims at creating value by pursuing restructuring and turnaround opportunities in Italy, with a particular focus on the financial services sector. The fund’s team is predominantly a “spin-off” of former members of Capitalia’s successful management team, headed by Matteo Arpe who led one of the most successful turnaround and value creation stories in Europe.
Scottish Equity Partners (SEP)
Offices: Glasgow, Scotland & London, England
Scottish Equity Partners was established to provide venture capital to leading-edge companies and at the same time contributing positively to their growth and development. They have substantial experience of investing in a wide range of technology sectors. The amount SEP invests typically ranges from 500,000 to 5 million but they have the flexibility to do both smaller and larger investments of rounds up to 20 million.
Scottish Venture Fund (SVF)
Offices: Glasgow, Scotland
The Scottish Venture Fund invests 500,000 to 2 million, alongside private sector partners, in company finance deals of between 2 million and 10 million. The SVF will typically invest through equity instruments but also through mezzanine or debt instruments, provided that the commercial terms are on a matching basis with its private sector partner. When deciding whether to invest, we will carry out detailed due diligence.
SEB Venture Capital
Offices: Stockholm, Sweden
SEB Venture Capital is the venture capital arm of Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken. They invest venture capital and add competence to and provide a network for companies with substantial growth potential. Their focus is on technology and healthcare. SEB Venture Capital operates on an independent basis. It has its own board of directors and an extensive, in depth contact network within many industries.