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Mistral

Mistral Mobile powers mobile money globally.

  • Stage Prototype Ready
  • Industry Financial Services
  • Location New York City, NY, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded April 2012
  • Employees 4
  • Website MistralMobile.com

Company Summary

Mistral Mobile enables banks and mobile operators to serve the billions of people whose money is unreachable in the emerging markets. Mistral uniquely powers the growth of mobile money to achieve scale and network effects by reaching any mobile phone, independent of mobile operators. Mistral solutions include the Money Mobility Suite of mobile & gateway software and the operational tools of the Money Accelerator Toolkit.

Team

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    Ludwig Schulze
    CEO

    Market vision and passion to entice the best and pilot through the fog
    Nokia Money: General Manager & Sales 2008-2011
    Start-ups in mobile & enterprise software, Boston Consulting Group
    Brown University BA, Columbia MBA

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    Timo 'the bull' Tervo
    CTO

    Tenacity and creativity to drive expert team in solving unique challenges
    Nokia Money: R&D leader 2008-2011
    Mobile phone software development for Nokia
    Oulu University MS

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    Peter Ollikainan
    Operational Solutions

    Deep in-market wisdom to deliver practical solutions for customer success
    Nokia Money: Market Operations 2008-2011
    Emerging markets consumer & retail for Nokia, IT software start-up
    Tampere University of Technology MS

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    Paul Yoo
    Commercial Officer

    Experienced deal-closer able to play and win in game of giants
    Nokia Money: General Counsel 2008-2011
    M&A legal Nokia, HoganLovells and Cooley
    University of Chicago BA, MA; Columbia JD

Advisors

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    Brady Berg, Mintz Levin
    Lawyer
    Unconfirmed

Previous Investors

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    WPW Investments (100% of Series Seed, closed Oct 12)
    Unconfirmed
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    Founders
    Unconfirmed