BBA, MSc Economics
"Advancing to the market trend"
Jaume Torres i Murici is founder and partner of Quantum Ventures, a commercial and financial advisor with more than 20 years of experience in Europe, Africa and Latin America and a long history of working with high-growth companies in different sectors, Jaume advises the industry of quantum technology in the launching of its Startups and placing on the market for players from all over the world, and is a music lover, especially the piano and contemporary art collector.
Before founding Quantum Ventures - The Quantum Revolution Fund, Jaume was a founding partner of the investment fund (REIT) DS Barcelona Real Estate Opportunities, advancing the fall of the real estate market in 2007 in Spain, then was a founding partner of Day Star Art Fund in Gibraltar, the The first AIFMD-regulated Fine Arts fund that was sold in 2017 to a European family banking office, after achieving an average return of more than 20% per year. He also founded Kryptocoins Finance in UK, the first cryptocurrency investment fund that offers "Lombard" Repo loans with this guarantee, which it sold in 2018 just above the BTC bubble with a yield of 870%.
At the same time, since 1996 when he finished his undergraduate studies, he has participated in several mergers and acquisitions and relief operations in different sectors, Media-Newspaper (Andorra), Fine Arts (Switzerland, Monaco & UK), Real Estate (Andorra, Spain, Latin America and China), Technology (Spain and Latin America), Commodities (Africa) and Commercial (EU and Honk Kong), with successive successes.
He is responsible for managing the group's strategy, supervising its continuous development and, in particular, focusing on the development of a new alternative investment model.
BBA, Forensic Economist & AML officer
"Force without control is useless"
She is responsible for the general finance management and control of the Quantum Ventures Group finances from her position, as Chief Operations Office.
Marta holds a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration from the University of Barcelona as well as a Masters degree in Finance from the Centre d'Estudis Internacionals of Barcelona (CEI). In 2011, she joined the Barcelona Stock Exchange as a Market Analyst and was part of the supervision team of the UIFAND (Principality of Andorra) as a financial analyst, participating among others in the 41st plenary of Moneyval as a financial expert. Marta managed several alternative Investment Funds in Gibraltar and the United Kingdom.
Marta is a co-founder of Quantum Ventures - The Quantum Revolution Fund, she was a director of Day Star Art Fund, the first AIFMD regulated Fine Art fund that it sold in 2017 to an European banking family office, after achieving an average return of more than 20% annual. She also was a director of the Kryptocoins Finance, the first cryptocurrency investment fund to offer "Lombard" Repo loans with this collateral, which he sold in 2018 right on top of the BTC bubble with a yield of 870%.
PhD - Full Professor in Physics & Mat. Sci.
Head of Advisors
“Trust your instincts.”
2019 Full Professor at the Institut des Matériaux, EPFL. Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne
2014 Associate Professor at the Institut des Matériaux, EPFL
2008 Assistant Professor Tenure Track at the Institut des Matériaux, EPFL
2009 Habilitation in Physics, Technische Universität München
2005-2010 Marie Curie Excellence Grant Team Leader at Walter Schottky Institut, Technische Universität München, on leave from Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS, France)
2004-2005 Visiting Scientist at the California Institute of Technology, on leave from CNRS; Senior Scientist and co-founder of Aonex Technologies (a startup company for large area layer transfer of InP and Ge on foreign substrates for the main application of multi-junction solar cells)
2003 Permanent Research Fellow at CNRS, Ecole Polytechnique, France
2001-2002 Postdoctoral Scholar at the California Institute of Technology
Study of wafer bonding and hydrogen-induced exfoliation processes for integration of mismatched materials in views of photovoltaic applications
Sponsor: Professor Harry A. Atwater
1998-2001 PhD in Materials Science, Ecole Polytechnique
Study of polymorphous silicon: growth mechanisms, optical and structural properties. Application to Solar Cells and Thin Film Transistors
Advisor: Pere Roca i Cabarrocas
PhD Laws, Lawyer & Barrister.
“Ideas are commodity. Execution of them is not.”
Dr. Iglesias is a lawyer & barrister in the exercise with more than 40 years of experience and his own office in Girona, specialist in economic criminal law and corporate law of mergers and acquisitions, specializes in transactions that involve capital markets, such as offers and issues of securities and procurement offers.
Recently, he has participated in major transactions related to mergers and acquisitions of troubled companies, and structural changes, as well as in complex operations of restructuring and investment led by international funds, including alternative investment funds.