Vauban raises £1.6m seed funding

by Alice Murray 30 November 2020

Wealth container platform Vauban has raised £1.6m in seed funding, led by proptech-focused VC Pi Labs. 

The investor consortium also included Kima Ventures, Westloop Ventures, Argonautic Ventures and UFP Fintech. 

Established in 2019, Vauban has launched120 digital funds and currently has £200m managed through the platform. 

Speaking recently to The Drawdown, Vauban’s founder and CEO Rémy Astié explained: “Vauban is a wealth container platform; it enables you to set up investment entities like funds and SPVs within minutes.

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