The Capitalization Report – TCR BOTTOMLINE v20.01.13.700


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BOTTOMLINE: The US has been winning for the last 10 years (Under any President)

  • US mark share increase is 10% vs. China is 6%
  • US top banks consolidated the industry (no Lehman Brothers or Bear Sterns)
  • UK down from 15% to 6% (Hong Kong Factor)

TEA LEAVES: What do you see in the data or look at the report by McKinsey.

NOTES FROM EDITOR:  Know your data – J20.01.13.0700

Source: https://www.mckinsey.com/~/media/mckinsey/industries/financial%20services/banking%20blog/where%20is%20the%20money%20infographic/mckinsey_wheres%20the%20money%20v4_mck.ashx

BETA: The Capitalization Report v20.01.12


EDITORS NOTES

  • KEYWORDS: Accenture, Broadcom, Omega Funds, The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, The Vistria Group, Tusk Ventures,  Rev1 Ventures,  EV Growth, ATU Partners, Omega Funds, Results, Key, Keys
  • RHC’s MIT tribe (mafia, group, syndication, etc.) is raising a fund of funds
  • Look forward to seeing where Goodyear new VC fund RUBBER hit the road as RESULTS are KEY (a kinda funny play on our keywords)

NEW FUNDS

  • The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company (NASDAQ: GT), one of the world’s largest tire companies, launched a new $100 million venture capital fund.
  • The Vistria Group, a Chicago, IL-based private investment firm focused on the middle market, closed Vistria Fund III, L.P., at $1.11 billion
  • Tusk Ventures, a NYC- and Chicago, IL-based venture capital firm, closed its second fund, at $70m
  • Rev1 Ventures, a Columbus, OH-based venture capital firm, launched a $15m life sciences fund
  • EV Growth, a Singapore-based venture capital firm, closed its first fund, at US$250M
  • ATU Partners, a Seoul, South Korea-based private equity firm, has launched its first USD 17M esports growth fund
  • Omega Funds, a Boston, MA-based investment firm focused on backing companies delivering impactful medicines to patients, closed Omega Fund VI, L.P., with $438 million in capital commitments

NOTE: Contact “V” for more information about 2020 Funds and Fund of Funds at jd@investornetworkbyjd.com and cc: v.investornetwork@gmail.com for referrals to a paid consultant that know funds and fund of funds

COOL NEWS & DEALS

  • RHC Brotherhood has foud a hedge fund that announced 50% plus returns for 2019 and 150% plus returns for 18 months.
  • Accenture (NYSE: ACN) is to acquire Symantec’s Cyber Security Services business from Broadcom, Inc #broadcom
  • Genea, an Irvine, CA-based SaaS (software as a service) company, acquired Sequr, Inc., a cloud-based physical access control company
  • Docket, an Indianapolis-based software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform for managing intelligent meetings, raised $1.5M in seed funding
  • Practis, a Charlotte, NC-based digital marketing and SaaS software solutions company catering to independent healthcare providers, received a private equity investment of an undisclosed amount
  • GrowthPlug, a Portland, Ore.-based healthcare practice growth and optimization software-as-a-service (SaaS) company, secured $1m in funding
  • HyperPay, a Riyadh, Saudi Arabia-based payment processing company, closed an 8-digit funding round

BOTTOMLINE

This is a beta and we look forward to feedback.  More importantly, how do we “Say Provocative statements that intelligent people argue about fast without dotting your I’s and crossing your T’s. As life is all about fun and results!”

YOUR HELP NETWORKING

We are always looking for help networking with MIT, Berkely, Standford, Havard, GWU, and other alumni that would make good friends or becoming part of our tribe, gang, group, network, etc. – M & M & M

RHC MIT Alumni SPV

 

 

Meet me in Toronto and let me teach you the Billionaires Two-Step


Meet me in Toronto to learn the millionaire or billionaire two-step (thinking moving to Dallas or Florida or Canada for citizenship as it is a much better dancing here).

I will be in Toronto trying to be a white knight and talk to accredited investors, a billionaire family office, and others about Fund of Funds, Venture Capital Funds, and how to play with other billionaires!

Brain Dump for my draft for a Forbes article.

Meeting my good friend from a billionaire family Sunday and Monday to talk about the Billionaire two-step.  I hope to watch “Wall Street” with Micheal Douglas with him to understand how to dance with other billionaire families.  Let us face it, you have to be a baller to be a billionaire.  If you can not stand the dance, sit the game out when other billionaires want to dance on your head.  What can you do if you do not know about take-overs, leveraged buyouts, etc.

LITTLE 101 WATCHING COOL MOVIES

Here are my picks to get your 101 training for your family office battles and/or billionaire battle.  Watch some movies such as:

  1. Wall Street
  2. Barbarians at the Gate
  3. Pretty Woman
  4. Others TBA (input welcome)

WHITE KNIGHT

Find a friend that can help save the day that knows high finance and can help you with a public or private company.  More to come…..

THE ENEMY OF MY ENEMY IS MY FRIEND

Let us face it, the saying “the enemy of my enemy is my friend” could be your solutions.  However, you might find that new friend your enemy very shortly.  More to come…

MORE TO COME…………

BOTTOMLINE: Just Dance

gray scale photo of children dancing on street
Photo by Suzy Hazelwood on Pexels.com

 

Meet me in Florida (Beach or largest family office conference)


I will be attending and speaking at the #1 Largest Family Office Conference this year in December in warm (keywords) Florida!  Ask me how you can attend or be my guest via events@redhookcapital.co anytime!

I want to meet with people investing in Fund of Funds (we have a new fund), Venture Capital Funds (we are investing in a few), Growth Capital Deals (we are co-investing in a few), and $3 million USD EBITDA deals (LBO/MBO).

Ask me about some amazing friends that are doing angel, seed round, elbow capital, growth capital, consolidation capital, and more!!!!  Our friends and family did 10 plus deals this year!

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Happy Thanksgiving and Holidays (little AI humor & link to Christmas Vaction staring Chevy Chase!


I am loving my MIT course about AI, so I wanted to share a little AI Humor!

Happy Thanksgiving and Holidays from all the people that help make RHC family of companies so successful and fun!  P.S. by JD = Chevy Chase in Christmas Vacation! URL for Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/National-Lampoons-Christmas-Vacation-Chevy/dp/B009IU6BIS/ref=sr_1_2?keywords=Chevy+Chase&qid=1574980122&s=movies-tv&sr=1-2

AI Humor IBM vs new AI

BETA The Capitalization Report v19.11.22


KEYWORDS: Fund, Venture Capital Fund, Private Equity Fund, Norwest Venture Partners, NovaQuest Capital Management, Clocktower Technology Ventures, .406 Ventures, Northzone, MMC Ventures, Balderton, Unusual Ventures, Northgate Capital, CVC Capital Partners, Salesforce Ventures

FROM THE EDITOR

We are closing down all of our other media projects and re-branding as “The Capitalization Report” starting in 1q2020.  We will be hosting family office and accredited investor events in Miami and Beverly Hills in December as well as attending a few Forbes Christmas parties. The Capitalization Report focus on funds being funded, and TBA Report about funding of companies that will replace “The Capital Report.”

THE CAPITALIZATION REPORT 11.23.2019 (v19.11.22)

  • NovaQuest Capital Management, L.L.C, a Raleigh, NC-based healthcare and life sciences focused private investment firm, closed NovaQuest Private Equity Fund I, L.P., at $275m
  • Clocktower Technology Ventures, the Santa Monica, Calif.-based venture capital arm of Clocktower Group, closed its second financial services innovation fund, with approximately $70m in capital commitments
  • .406 Ventures, a Boston, MA-based venture capital firm investing in early-stage innovative enterprise technology and digital health companies, closed its fourth fund, at $294m
  • Venture capital firm Northzone raised $500m for its newest fund, Northzone IX
  • MMC Ventures, a London, UK-based research-led venture capital firm, launched a new £100m scale up fund
  • Balderton, a London, UK-based venture capital firm, closed a $400M early stage fund
  • Unusual Ventures, a Menlo Park, California-based venture capital firm that invests in both enterprise and consumer startups, closed its second fund, at $400m
  • Northgate Capital, a San Francisco, CA-based venture capital investment management firm, closed Northgate Venture Partners VIII, at $120m
  • CVC Capital Partners, a private equity and investment advisory firm, closed CVC Growth Partners Fund II, at $1.6 billion
  • Global CRM company Salesforce (NYSE: CRM), announced that Salesforce Ventures, its global corporate investment group, has launched a new $50m Consultant Trailblazer Fund
  • Norwest Venture Partners, a global venture and growth equity investment firm, closed Norwest Venture Partners XV, LP, its largest fund to date, at $2 billion

FUND PRESS RELEASE

From Norwest Venture Partners website press release: https://www.nvp.com/news/nvpxv/

PALO ALTO, Calif. – November 14, 2019 – Norwest Venture Partners, a leading venture and growth equity investment firm, today announced it has closed its largest fund to date, Norwest Venture Partners XV, LP. The new $2 billion fund targets disruptive and market-leading companies from seed to late-stage across consumer, enterprise and healthcare sectors. The launch of Norwest Venture Partners XV, which brings the firm’s total capital commitments to more than $9.5 billion, closes on the heels of a record two years, as 23 of the firm’s portfolio companies achieved notable liquidity events.

Norwest Venture Partners XV follows Norwest Venture Partners XIV, a $1.5 billion fund, which closed in February 2018. Since then, Norwest has made nearly 50 new investments across a range of stages and industries, as well as hired and promoted several investment partners.

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Read more via this shortened Bitly URL: http://bit.ly/2KPadgS

Happy Investing and Networking,

JD Morris

Editor of “The Capitalization Report”

Join me on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jdmorris

 

Forbes Reblog: “Seeking Capital For Your Startup? Remember: It’s About Returns For Your Investor” – JD Morris on Forbes


Unicorn vs dragon forbes

For a full read visit Forbes at: https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbesfinancecouncil/2019/11/20/seeking-capital-for-your-startup-remember-its-about-returns-for-your-investor/#336ea4699445

Startup investors generally use a high-risk model where they spread their capital among numerous startups, knowing that it only takes one or two to be successful enough to pay back the initial capital investment. Companies that produce such returns are called dragons. Unicorns are more based on valuation. A dragon is one deal that pays the return for a fund after investing in many deals.

Read more via Bitly short URL: http://bit.ly/2QDgpwe

P.S. Thank you, John Backus, for your Crunchbase article with the amazing quote: “Unicorns are for show and dragons for Dough.”

Happy Networking and Investing,

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JD Morris

Editor of The Capitalization Report

Join me on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jdmorris