WASHINGTON, August 22 (RIA Novosti) – Russian-American venture capital firm Almaz Capital has expanded its Silicon Valley team, adding a new managing director and a new investment chief, the firm has announced.
Ross Hangebrauck, a former Navy SEAL, financial adviser and “start-up CEO,” joins Almaz as managing director, while Daniil Stolyarov will serve as financial director, the firm said in a statement released Wednesday.
Stolyarov was described by Almaz as “a seasoned investment professional with more than 10 years of experience advising technology, media and communication companies in Russia and Silicon Valley on mergers & acquisitions, strategic partnerships, public and private financings.”
Founded in 2008, Almaz Capital has offices in Silicon Valley and in Moscow and describes itself as practicing a "geo-connect strategy" focused on early- and expansion-stage venture investments in high-growth technology sectors, including e-commerce, cloud computing, mobile, internet infrastructure and services and data storage and management.
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