Alban Nénert joins Innovacom

24 November 2020

press release

Paris, November 24th – Innovacom, a pioneer in venture capital in France, announces the appointment of Alban Nénert as Associate.

Alban Nénert, 26, is a graduate from the University of Paris-Dauphine with a Master’s degree in Banking and Finance and from the University Pierre and Marie Curie-Sorbonne and Paris-Assas with a double Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics and Economics. He had a first experience in asset management with Oddo BHF. Alban Nénert then joined the Turenne Group in 2018.

Within the Turenne Group, Alban Nénert has supported about a dozen of private equity growth transactions in various areas including software and video transmission, through the Turenne Group’s retail investment vehicles. On several occasions, he carried out operations in close collaboration with Innovacom (Intersec and Exotrail) and provided support for venture capital operations in the legal tech sector as well. He sits on the boards of several companies including the young start-up

With Alban Nénert joining the team as associate, Innovacom is pursuing its development strategy and strengthening its team to support the growth of the management company and achieve its fundraising ambitions.

Jérôme Faul, Managing Partner of Innovacom, states: “the integration of Alban Nénert into the team is part of the accelerated development of Innovacom we have experienced since the beginning of the year. Il also reflects the attractiveness of Innovacom and its strategy in innovation among young professionals”.

This arrival follows the recent appointment of Benjamin Wainstain as a Partner alongside the four Partners, Vincent Deltrieu, Jérôme Faul, Frédéric Humbert, and Benjamin Wainstain.

Alban Nénert says: “Innovacom represents more than 30 years of experience in venture capital with a very successful track record, including 6 unicorns, a significant proprietary deal flow and a vast network. I am delighted to join the team and to immerse myself in the deep tech universe in order to support start-ups developing solutions to meet the major challenges of today and tomorrow.”

With nearly €150 million under management, Innovacom has made 10 investments over the last 12 months. It is presently raising two new funds (including “Avenir Numérique 2” which recently gained the French government Label “France Relance”) and aims at increasing to leverage its capacity to identify and support innovative companies serving the world of tomorrow.