Triple Point Ventures adds two to investment team

Triple Point Ventures invests in early-stage founders who are innovating within an existing market.

  • Manuel Antunes joins as an investor from MSM
  • Jamie Tomalin was previously on Barclays’ investment banking team
  • Triple Point focuses on B2B technologies in fintech, logistics and digital health

UK-based venture firm Triple Point Ventures has appointed Manuel Antunes and Jamie Tomalin to its investment team.

“These appointments deepen our capabilities and strengthen our ability to support founders across the UK,” Triple Point partner Ian McLennan said in a statement.

Antunes was previously an investor at MSM, where he invested in startups across Europe in the health tech and climate tech sectors, including Connect Earth, UpHill Health, CollectivFood and Kianava.

Before Triple Point, Tomalin worked on a number of M&A transactions and IPOs as part of the healthcare investment banking team at Barclays. He will focus on early-stage B2B and B2B2C investments with a particular interest in digital health, climate tech and fintech for Triple Point.

The last 12 months has been a busy period for Triple Point, which made 16 new investments. In spring 2022, the fund realized a cash exit when portfolio company Credit Kudos was acquired by Apple.

Triple Point Ventures invests from £150,000 up to £1.5 million at pre-seed through Series A across a range of sectors, with a particular focus on B2B technologies in fintech, logistics and digital health. The firm has more than £2.7 billion in assets under management, according to its website.