Miltos Kambourides is the founder and Managing Partner of Dolphin Capital. Dolphin Capital is a private equity business founded in 2004, specialising in real estate investments. The company’s main investment vehicle is Dolphin Capital Investors (DCI) listed on AIM (Alternative Investment Market) of the London Stock Exchange which has grown to become a leading global owner and developer of high-end integrated resorts in Eastern Mediterranean and the Americas, such as Amanzoe in Greece and Amanera in Dominican Republic. Since inception, DCI has raised over €1 billion of equity funds and has investments in 6 countries.
He was previously a founding partner of Soros Real Estate Partners. Prior to joining Soros, he worked at Goldman Sachs’ Real Estate Principal Investments team. In 1998, he received a Goldman Sachs Global Innovation Award.
Miltos was a founding partner of Soros Real Estate Partners (SREP) for 5 years, a global real estate private equity business, formed in 1999 by George Soros. During Miltos' tenure, SREP raised a US$1 billion fund and executed a number of complex real estate transactions in Western Europe and Japan.
He holds three degrees from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT): BS and MS in Mechanical Engineering and BS in Mathematics. He has received several academic honours and participated twice in the International Math Olympiad and once in the Balkan Math Olympiad (bronze medalist).
Miltos Kambourides was born and raised in Cyprus. He is married to photographer Marina Vernicos; they share their passion for travelling and for their three children.