AIMS Management S.A. is the management company of the AIMS-TANEO Fund. The Fund is a Venture Capital Mutual Fund (AKES) which invests in Greek Small and Medium sized Enterprises (SMEs). The  Fund is actively seeking investment opportunities in various sectors by participating in dynamic Greek businesses with good growth prospects, arising from the application of innovative methods and technologies.


  • Limited Partners: AIMS Development Corporation Ltd. with a majority stake and a minority stake by the TANEO S.A. (New Economy Development Fund S.A.), a Greek sovereign Fund of Funds, which operates under the auspices of the Ministry of Economy, Competitiveness and Shipping.
  • Management Company: AIMS Management S.A.
  • Total Capital Commitment: €40.000.000 (which can be increased up to € 60.000.000).
  • Investment period: until 15/5/2013.
  • Investment Focus – by stage: The Fund investments are allocated to companies seeking funding to begin operations, expand or restructure (seed finance, start up, development, expansion and restructuring).
  • Investment Focus – by industry: Small and Medium sized Enterprises (SMEs). Areas of interest: Renewable Energy, Technology, Telecommunication, Real Estate, Education, Healthcare and Medical Services, Food and Beverage, etc.
  • Legal form: Closed-end Venture Capital Mutual Fund formed subject to the provisions of Greek Law 2992/2002 with a legal base in Athens.

Why AIMS Management S.A.
Our offering
The AIMS Management S.A. provides equity capital in order to help dynamic firms grow and succeed.
If an entrepreneur with an innovative idea is seeking to start a new company, or for existing enterprises seeking to expand, turnaround or revitalize, we can provide the solution by acquiring equity stakes through a share capital increase or convertible bonds.

What differentiates us from lenders (bankers)?
Obtaining venture capital financing is very different from raising debt (for example, obtaining a bank loan) in the sense that venture capitalists invest in firms in exchange for an equity stake, and thus are particularly interested in the growth and profitability of that firm. As opposed to venture capitalists, lenders (bankers) have a legal right to interest payments on the loan amount as well as capital repayment, irrespective of the success or failure of a business (through pledges, mortgages, etc.).