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FinShi Capital is the first venture fund formed on blockchain technology. Anyone who has at least one dollar can become an investor. The fund was founded by Capinvest 21 venture fund and a group of Asian venture investors (Asia LP). During the next 2 years FinShi Capital is going to extend its portfolio by selecting at least 15 fintech and blockchain projects on Seed and A/B rounds.
FinShi Capital is currently reviewing more than 30 rapidly growing fintech projects, any of which might be invested in after ICO. Then the startups will grow exponentially, and after some time they will be sold to further investors and strategic buyers. Eventually the fund will be fully realized and its investors will get their cash back gaining 7? – 14? more, and the world will see new worthy IT companies.
As a classic venture fund we can provide you with 120% per annum income (judging by the growth of portfolio companies in the previous years), and taking into account rapid development of fintech and blockchain markets we are planning on getting 520% per annum income for all of our investors.
Andrey Orlov (Managing Partner)
Andrey has wide experience of managing real sector of economy companies in various spheres: production, logistics and construction. Moreover he started, developed and then sold several businesses himself. Entrepreneur until 2004 he had two successful startups focusing on mobile devices – a communications store Mobilnik and a distributor of digital devices DigitalFree. In 2008 he joined Capinvest 21 and started working on its projects. 2008-2011 were the years when Andrey took part in development of different Capinvest 21’s portfolio projects. These projects were from such sectors of economy as oil and gas pipeline construction, detailed engineering, commerce and information services.
Since 2015 he acts as a managing partner of Capinvest 21. Andrey has degrees from two Universities: Tyumen State University (Information Technology) and Tyumen State University of Architecture and Construction (Economy and Finance).
Andrey is also a representative of Blockchain Association in Russia
Vyacheslav Sorokin (FinShi Capital’s Partner)
Vyacheslav helps the company to build strong relations with its partners and contractors (including GR), he is also responsible for the technical side of our portfolio projects. In addition to all of the above, he has experience of working in the power industry.
Vyacheslav has vast experience of direct sales and marketing. Before joining Capinvest 21, he had worked in offline business. He is an entrepreneur with 16 years of experience and 3 own service industry startups in Ural Federal District.
Vyacheslav is also a representative of IIDF in Tyumen Region.
Ayami Tanaka (Senior Manager)
Ayami has been working with Capinvest 21 since 2016. She is responsible for organization of events, meetings and conferences. She’s a professional translator fluent in several languages, so she works closely with international projects and partners.
Yaroslav Kabakov (Adviser)
Yaroslav is Deputy CEO in FINAM — one of the biggest investment companies in Russia. His experience and expertise help us see financial plans, the fund’s models and portfolio companies in a new light.
Yaroslav is a financial expert with vast experience. He is a graduate of Plekhanov Russian University of Economics. He is an economist with a Ph.D. in Economics.
Evgeny Kuznetsov (Adviser)
Evgeny Kuznetsov is a Director of subsidiary funds of RVC JSC. He is responsible fo activity of RVC Infrafund LLC, RVC Biofund LLC, RVC FPI LLC and MIC Civil Technologies LLC. Evgeny has been working at RVC since 2009. He was a director of the development and communication department, later — director of the strategic communications department. From 2014 he was appointed as a Deputy CEO — director of the project office, became a member of the management boards of RVC. In December 2015, took the position of Deputy CEO — program director. From July to December 2016 — temporary CEO of RVC.
RVC — is the Russian government’s fund of funds and the development institute of the Russian Federation, one of country’s key tools to create and expand the national innovation system. The company has a wide range of programs to develop Russia’s venture investment market establish educational and organizational services for market players, as well as increase the ability of Russian technology companies to compete in the global marketplace. RVC’s main objectives are to promote Russia’s venture investment industry, and to take on the role as the project office for the National Technology Initiative (NTI).
The total number of RVC funds has reached 25 (including two funds in foreign jurisdictions), with their total size of RUB 35.1 bn. RVC’s share is RUB 22.5 bn.
Andrey Zamovskiy (Adviser)
The founder of Ambisafe has been involved in cryptocurrency development since early 2010. Andrey has founded or took leading technical roles in multiple first of their kind projects, such as BitMerch (first bitcoin merchant service), HolyTransaction, Tether and several cryptocurrency exchanges.