BRANDL TALOS advised MOSTLY AI Solutions MP GmbH on its Series B financing round

Press release • Venture Capital & Start Ups from Roman Rericha, Adrian Zuschmann, Julia Strimitzer

MOSTLY AI, which pioneered the creation of AI-generated synthetic data, has raised a $25 Million Series B round. The financing round was led by Molten Ventures (formerly Draper Esprit) with participation from Citi Ventures and the existing investors Earlybird and 42CAP. The BRANDL TALOS-team was led by Roman Rericha and further consisted of Adrian Zuschmann and Julia Strimitzer.

Building on its established leadership in banking and insurance, MOSTLY AI plans to use the funds to further accelerate its growth in Europe and the US. MOSTLY AI is already working with multiple Fortune 100 banks and insurers in North America and Europe.

» We are incredibly excited about the opportunity to further build on our vision to build a smarter and fairer future grounded in responsible AI. We enjoyed working with BRANDL TALOS. The team extensively supported us in the process, were extremely reliable and incredibly focussed. It was a pleasure working with them and I am looking forward to many further projects. «
Tobias Hann, CEO of MOSTLY AI

Molten Ventures was advised by Herbst Kinsky (Philipp Kinsky, Philipp Herold) and Earlybird as well as 42CAP by YPOG (Frederik Gärtner).

The team
Roman Rericha
Partner / Fund Formation, Venture Capital & Start Ups, Corporate Law & Transactions
Roman represents clients in complex cross-border M&A and private equity transactions. Austrian and international venture capital funds regularly turn to him for assisting with investments in Austria. His expert advice also guides start-ups through large-scale financing rounds.

University of Vienna, Faculty of Law (Mag. iur. 2005),
Faculty of Business, Economics and Statistics, (Mag. rer.soc.oec. 2007)
Adrian Zuschmann
Attorney at Law / Corporate Law & Transactions, Venture Capital & Start Ups, Fund Formation
Adrian advises and represents Austrian and international institutional and strategic investors, founders and (start-up) companies in the context of financing rounds, M&A, investments in portfolio companies and exit transactions.

A second focus is advising Austrian fund initiatives on the formation and structuring of funds as well as in connection with their ongoing operational matters.

Queen Mary University of London (MSc Law & Finance 2020)
University of Vienna, Faculty of Law (Magister iuris 2015)
Julia Strimitzer
Legal Expert