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Clelia Warburg Peters Joins Bain to Boost Proptech Platform

Clelia Warburg Peters has joined Bain Capital as a venture partner. Peters will work in partnership with the Bain Capital Ventures team to expand the firm’s proptech platform.

In this capacity, Peters will support investing efforts by developing proptech investment themes and identifying new companies at the forefront of innovation in real estate. She will also serve as a thought partner for founders in the existing portfolio.

“Now more than ever, we will need innovation in the real estate space, and I believe that Bain Capital Ventures will be a leader in funding and growing the best companies in proptech,” said Peters.

Prior to her role at Bain Capital Ventures, Peters co-founded MetaProp, a $40 million seed-stage venture fund focused exclusively on real estate technology. In addition to her role at Bain Capital Ventures, Peters serves as president of Warburg Realty, working closely with her father, CEO Frederick Warburg Peters.

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