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Filmin remains in the hands of Nazca and Seaya with the aim of consolidating and accelerating its international expansion



Nazca Capital, a Spanish venture capital fund, has just become Filmin's main shareholder replacing Vertigo Films, which has sold all of its shares, and Metropolitan Filmexport, which has sold most of its stake. Juan Carlos Tous, José Antonio de Luna and Jaume Ripoll will continue to lead the project and as shareholders of the company.



The pioneering video on demand platform in Spain and a leader in independent content, was founded in 2007 and, since then, has managed to position itself as the home of independent productions. Its catalog contains about 15,000 titles, being the largest in Europe in subscription.






Juan Carlos Tous, José Antonio de Luna and Jaume Ripoll, founding partners, will continue to command the platform




Going for the international market




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With this move, Filmin intends consolidate its position in Spain and Portugal, while accelerating its international expansion without altering that specialization in content with a clear cultural vocation. "Maintaining the editorial essence and identity of Filmin, with an offer focused on complementary content for movie and series lovers", is one of the wishes expressed by Álvaro Mariátegui, founder of Nazca Capital.



Despite the departure of Vertigo Films and the reduction in the participation of Metropolitan Filmexport, the founding partners will continue to command the platform and most of the original shareholders remain. The platform expects to close 2020 with a turnover of around 15 million euros.




"The arrival of Nazca and Seaya allows us to make Filmin's dream of internationalization come true", assured Juan Carlos Tous, founder and CEO of Filmin










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The entry of Nazca, a private equity fund management company specialized in the middle market Spanish, means increasing the experience in the development of growth projects and the subscription business. Seaya Ventures, for its part, defines its role as a manager of venture capital what "Focuses on helping founders grow their businesses exponentially so they can become global leaders". He is a shareholder, among others, of Spanish unicorns such as Cabify and Glovo.



"The arrival of Nazca and Seaya allows us to make Filmin's dream of internationalization come true", assured Juan Carlos Tous. Mediobanca, PWC and Pérez Llorca have advised Nazca on this operation and Audiconsultores, Garrigues and Sabatellini & Associats have advised the sellers.