Who are we?

Datia is a climate fintech company on a mission to empower investors' transition to sustainable finance, serving asset managers, asset owners, wealth advisors, and tech platforms.

Founded in 2019 and headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden, Datia has a customer network with over €200B+ assets under management (AUM) and works with some of the most reputable investors in the Nordics.

Our team is a global and diverse group of technologists, designers, and sustainability experts proud to be contributing to a more sustainable future.

People

Maxime Lopez Derouault

Maxime Lopez Derouault

Business Development Representative
Marine Piancastelli

Marine Piancastelli

Business Development Representative
Ana Bernal Ramos

Ana Bernal Ramos

Head of Product
Azul Grande

Azul Grande

Software Engineer
Bruno Rota

Bruno Rota

Sr. Software Engineer
Carl Steinbach

Carl Steinbach

Account Executive
Ignacio Brasca

Ignacio Brasca

CTO
Juan Serruya

Juan Serruya

Co-Founder and CEO
Liliya Shakhpazyan

Liliya Shakhpazyan

ESG Relationship Manager
Manne Larsson

Manne Larsson

Co-Founder and COO
Martin Saied

Martin Saied

Software Engineer
Matias Nuccetelli

Matias Nuccetelli

Software Engineer
Nora Sandahl

Nora Sandahl

Head of Sustainability
Riccardo Clemente

Riccardo Clemente

Account Executive
Eric Eliasson

Eric Eliasson

Board Member - Söderberg & Partners
Guillem Sague

Guillem Sague

Board Member - Nauta Capital
Juliane Elsner

Juliane Elsner

Board Member - Nauta Capital

Media Coverage

7/3/2024

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EU Startup News

Which Stockholm Fintech Startups are Revolutionizing Sweden’s Financial Landscape?
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8/2/2024

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Hedgeweek European Awards 2024

Best ESG Solution
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18/1/2024

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EU Startup News

Which Swedish FinTech startups are changing the 2023 European finance game?
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21/8/2023

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Breakit

17 software startups building tech for the climate
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4/8/2023

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ESG Investor

Datia Introduces Sustainable Investment Screening Tool
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26/5/2023

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NordSIP

Are SLBs the Right Shade of Green for Article 9 Funds?
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