KEYWORDS: Qumra Capital, Flashpoint Venture Capital, Periscope Equity, BPEA Strategic Healthcare fund, BPEA, Westlake Village BioPartners, XYZ Venture Capital, Capria Ventures, Global Ventures.
Qumra Capital, a Tel Aviv, Israel-based growth investor, closed its third fund, at $260m
Flashpoint Venture Capital, a diversified international technology investment firm, is announcing the first close of its third venture capital fund targeting US$75-100m
Periscope Equity, a Chicago, IL-based private equity firm focused on investing in technology-enabled services and software companies, closed its second institutional fund, Periscope Equity II, L.P. , at $225m
BPEA, a Boston, MA-based private equity firm, closed its BPEA Strategic Healthcare fund, at $352m
Los Angeles area, CA-based venture capital firm Westlake Village BioPartners has launched two new funds totaling $500m
San Francisco, CA-based venture capital firm XYZ Venture Capital launched its $80m second fund
PRESS RELEASE CAPRIA VENTURES FUND OF FUNDS
Global Ventures, a UAE-based venture capital firm, has partnered with Capria Ventures (Capria), a Seattle-based global investment fund-of-funds.
Capria is backed by international investors, including Vulcan Capital, the Ford Foundation, Bill Gates, the World Bank’s International Finance Corporation, Unitus Labs, and other leading impact investors.
Global Ventures backs global-minded founders who lead growth-stage companies and use technology to transform emerging markets. It has invested in 25 companies, operating across 15 markets, using capital from its two funds. The second fund is focussed on technology companies addressing critical needs and demands in recently accelerated industries. Global Ventures is a leading provider of capital and value creation for start-ups in the Middle East and Africa (MEA).