Managing Partners

  • Peter Kellner

    Peter Kellner is Managing Partner of Richmond Global, a holding company composed of alternative investments and companies that he has invested in and/or founded. He has invested in and lived on five continents in the last 25 years, building some of the largest platform technology companies from Brazil to China. He was the first investor in three unicorns and invested in the early and growth rounds of nine: Americanas, aQuantive, Bolt, CAIS, Compass, Dataminr, Rubicon, Salesforce, and Toast.  

    In 1997, Peter co-founded Endeavor Global. Endeavor’s mission is to identify high-impact entrepreneurs and build ecosystems of entrepreneurship throughout the 49-country network where the organization is operating. He served on the boards of Endeavor Chile, Endeavor Jordan, Endeavor Louisville, Endeavor Miami, and Endeavor Global.  

    He served as a trustee of the Allen-Stevenson School in New York, America Media | The Jesuit Review, and the International College in Beirut, Lebanon.  He is a Henry Crown Fellow at The Aspen Institute and a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, Pacific Council on International Policy, International Institute for Strategic Studies, and The Explorers Club. He received his undergraduate degree from Princeton University, a JD from Yale Law School, and an MBA from Harvard Business School.

  • David Frazee

    David Frazee is a Managing Partner at Richmond Global Ventures and one of the world’s leading experts on international entrepreneurship. As a founding Board member of Endeavor Catalyst and through his extensive work as an Endeavor Global Mentor, Mr. Frazee has advised companies and funds across 17 countries, as well as worked with the governments of China, Taiwan, Jordan, Poland, Uruguay, Brazil, and Chile on innovation policy and emerging growth strategies.

    As a Silicon Valley-based high technology strategist, entrepreneur, and attorney, Mr. Frazee has spent his career helping companies and funds develop successful international corporate, business, and intellectual property strategies. As an executive of three technology startups— one of which he led through a US$128 million investment by GE and subsequent IPO before it was acquired by Hughes/DirecTV—  Mr. Frazee has developed an intimate operational understanding of the unique challenges faced by emerging growth companies. He sits on the Board of Advisors for Ecosense, Paradata, and Qraved.         

    David Frazee received his undergraduate degree from Stanford University, with honors and distinction, where he worked as a teaching assistant in the Computer Science Department and studied at the Free University Berlin. Mr. Frazee went on to earn a J.D. from the University of Michigan, cum laude. He often appears in publications discussing innovation and business strategy, including Fortune, The Financial Times, The Red Herring, and The Wall Street Transcript. He is a frequent speaker, including at the Fortune Global Forum in Beijing and the Financial Times Innovation Summit in London.

  • Mohan Menon

    Mohan Menon is Managing Director at Richmond Global Ventures, a global venture capital firm that invests in new and disruptive technologies.  He brings experience building companies over three decades in four continents, to target early-stage venture opportunities that will scale globally. 

    He is an experienced investor and operator with specialized skills in strategy and execution that drive revenue and has delivered growth for several enterprises.  As part of his role at Richmond Global Ventures, Mohan manages and operates Smart City Technologies, a technology company that provides smart-city solutions in artificial intelligence, machine learning, and virtual reality for the metaverse to customers in Europe, Middle East, and Asia.  

    Since 2005, he is a Senior Advisor and Limited Partner at Meritage Funds, a venture capital firm that has invested in technology enterprises at every stage of the investment cycle and has helped seven companies in their portfolio to achieve billion dollars plus valuations. 

    Previously he worked as Director, Strategic Sales for global ERP applications at Oracle Corporation; International Program Manager and ERP Sales Executive at IBM Corporation and as a Senior Solution Executive at J. D. Edwards.