FiBAN is gathering the main technical details of startup investing in Finland. The work is coordinated by NordicBAN, with the expert help from KPMG. The goal is to map the whole ecosystem in the Nordics and Baltics. The initiative is supported by the Nordic Council of Ministers, which are the official forums for Nordic co-operation. The goal is to identify and unravel the bottlenecks which are hindering people from becoming private investors, and what is stopping the current business angels from investing cross-border.
“There is a huge demand and need for cross-border investing. One very concrete step has been taken by FiBAN together with other Nordic and Baltic business angels networks in the form of cross-border investing and training program for business angels, Nordic Angel Program. For the program to become successful, we first need to map all the differences in startup investing in the region. Then we can figure out what could work for everyone”, states Claes Mikko Nilsen, the Managing Director of NordicBAN.
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This text was written by FiBAN International Affairs Manager Reetta Ilo.
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