About us

I2BF Global Ventures is an international clean technology venture capital firm with a global investment mandate.

Established in 2005, I2BF Global Ventures manages four venture capital vehicles: I2BF Holdings I (a collection of managed accounts and investment vehicles), I2BF Venture Fund II, the Russia-Kazakhstan Nanotechnology Fund which I2BF co-manages with VTB Capital and late-stage venture fund I2BF-RNC Strategic Resources Fund.

The mission of I2BF Global Ventures is to seek out innovative and competitive companies across the clean technology community, targeting sectors and technologies it believes can lead the path to a brighter future. Since the first portfolio company investment in 2006, I2BF Global Ventures has successfully completed 23 transactions.

In keeping with its worldwide investment focus, I2BF Global Ventures retains a team of technology and sector experts including renewable energy researchers in New York, London, Moscow, Dubai and Astana. This impressive team ensures a truly global venture capital strategy and a hands-on management approach.

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