A new WealthTech platform, Vega, has launched with £6.6 million of equity investment from venture capital firms and angel investors. The company was set up by a team of executives from hedge funds, private equity firms, and FinTech scale-ups. According to Founder and CEO Alexis Augier, Vega’s aim is to offer a “unified wealth management platform” that “transforms the experience for end-users while equipping advisors with institutional-grade solutions.” Vega allows users to invest across the asset allocation spectrum and build diversified portfolios covering various asset classes, including private equity, venture capital, private credit, real assets, public equities, fixed income, and commodities.
Unlike legacy platforms focused on single-fund access, Vega uses technology to create diversified portfolios that blend multiple leading alternative asset managers. This approach enables users to invest in private markets optimally while complementing their exposure with public asset classes on a single platform. Vega’s founding team comprises professionals from notable investment firms and successful FinTech scale-ups. The team is building a broad range of liquidity and financial planning solutions to help wealth advisors and their clients unlock liquidity and optimize the management of complex financial assets.
Alfonso Bauzá de Mirabó, Co-Founder, and COO noted that the company was established out of personal frustration with the gap in sophistication between what the team witnessed as institutional investors and the fragmented, mass-market private wealth solutions available. Vega is supported by Motive Ventures, Picus Capital, Citi Ventures, No Label Ventures, and over 60 angel investors, including senior partners from KKR, Blackstone, and Permira and leading executives at N26, Trade Republic, and Klarna.
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