AeroMobil, one of the leading start-ups developing flying cars and personal aerial transportation received private investment from Omid Vaziri, a UK based investment banker and advisor.
On his investment Omid Vaziri said "Having closely followed AeroMobil’s evolution as part of the personal aerial vehicle market over the years, I’m most impressed with the team’s technological achievements but also organisational setup to develop what I believe is a truly unique offering - which is why I've decided to personally invest.”
He continues “AeroMobil has now strategically placed itself at the forefront of door-to-door personal aerial transportation. Through its pragmatic approach and backed by impressive technology, AeroMobil has developed a vehicle that can both drive and fly within existing regulation and infrastructure. As such AeroMobil is in the unique position that it does not depend on the development of a new regulatory framework in order to gain immediate market access, making it an attractive investment opportunity in an exciting new market."
Omid Vaziri is an investment professional based in London with more than 15 years’ experience in equity capital markets and investment banking. He is a graduate of the London School of Economics and NYU Stern School of Business.
To date AeroMobil has successfully raised over €24 million from a range of investors:
- Slovak Investment Holding (SIH), a joint stock company 100% owned by the Slovak Guarantee and Development Bank. SIH's main objective is to support public and private investments in strategic sectors in Slovakia.
- Patrick Hessel, Chairman of AeroMobil and founder and CEO of C2i, a leading producer of carbon-fibre components for automotive, aerospace and motorsport
- IPM Group, asset manager and multi-family office investing in disruptive technologies in the sectors of energy, mobility and artificial intelligence
- Focus Capital Group based in Israel
- Initial seed capital over the first 5 years was provided by serial entrepreneur and start-up investor, Juraj Vaculik, Co-founder and CEO of AeroMobil
- AeroMobil has also been actively supported by the Slovak government and its development and growth agencies.
Earlier this year AeroMobil appointed Rothschild & Co and as sole financial advisor to close its latest funding round.AeroMobil has already held discussions with a number of leading strategic investors from automotive and aerospace, as well as a number of family offices and VC funds. To date, AeroMobil has showcased short take-off and landing (STOL) and electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) vehicles, both with unique FlyDrive capabilities. It is also one of the first flying car companies to submit an application to European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) for a Type Certificate for its upcoming AeroMobil 4.0 STOL flying vehicle.
The AeroMobil 4.0 is available to pre-order via the AeroMobil website at www.aeromobil.com/deposit or by direct contact with an AeroMobil representative.