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Women-led VC funds are back on track to raise $3 billion this year, following a tepid fundraising outlook in May.
New and existing VC secondaries players have raised billions in fresh capital as liquidity needs show no signs of slowing.
Venture Capital Journal identified a dozen active buyers in the venture secondaries market. This guide contains everything you need to know about each of them.
The managing partner of The Games Fund talks about her professional gaming set-up, passion for hiking and the importance of courage.
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The UK-based firm believes that VC secondaries will shift venture capital from an illiquid to liquid asset class in the near future.
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Renegade Partners overcame the sophomore slump thanks to its focus on deep-pocketed institutional investors for its debut fund.
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LPs from Fund I and II that have already committed to Fund III include the International Finance Corporation, German development bank DEG and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development.
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The venture secondaries market is taking off, but lots of GPs and LPs are still unfamiliar with how these deals work. We're here to help.
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Partner John Avirett chalked up the fundraising success partly to the fact that 'there’s very high-quality assets that are stuck privately where we have the unique ability to invest in them.'
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Women-led venture funds are on track to raise a combined $2bn this year, down from $3.4bn in 2023, according to VCJ research.
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