BETA The Capitalization Report v201015 Funds


HISTORY: Jan 1, 1971 was day Warburg Pincus announced Warburg Pincus EMW Ventures, Inc. and raised $41 million USD. Today it raises billion USD funds such as $4.3 Billion USD announced Jun 6, 2019 it’s Warburg Pincus China-Southeast Asia II.

NEW FUNDS

Brighteye Ventures, a Luxembourg-based edtech venture capital firm with offices in London and Paris, announced its $54m first close of its second fund

China Creation Ventures, a Beijing, China-based venture capital firm, closed its second USD fund, at over $300m

OpenView Venture Partners, a Boston, MA-based venture capital firm focused on business software, closed its sixth fund, at $450m

Lead Edge Capital, a technology focused growth stage investment firm, closed Lead Edge Capital V, LP, at $950m

Plus Venture Capital (+VC), an Abu Dhabi, UAE-based venture capital firm, has launched its operations and its debut fund

Long Ridge Equity Partners, a NYC-based sector-focused private equity firm, closed Long Ridge Equity Partners III, at $445m

Globale middle-market private equity firm Levine Leichtman Capital Partners closed its second fund, at €463m

Pontifax AgTech Management, a Santa Monica, CA-based global growth capital investor in the global food and agriculture sector, closed its second fund, Pontifax Global Food and Agriculture Technology Fund II, with commitments totaling $302m

Future Energy Ventures, a Berlin, Germany-based venture capital platform that invests in the digital technologies and digital business models redefining the energy landscape, launched with €250m invested capital in its portfolio

Plexus Capital, a Raleigh, N.C.-based private investment firm focused on bringing institutional scale to the financing of small businesses in the United States, closed Plexus Fund V, at $502m

KEYWORDS: Plexus Capital, Future Energy Ventures, Pontifax AgTech Management, Levine Leichtman Capital Partners, Long Ridge Equity Partners, Plus Venture Capital, VC+, Brighteye Ventures, China Creation Ventures,

BETA: The Capitalization Report (New Funds) v20.10.03.0700


KEYWORDS: Peterson Ventures, White Star Capital, Plexus Capital, Future Energy Ventures, Catalio Capital Management,

UPDATE: The Capitalization Report due to COVID will be launching early 2021. This is a beta report based on testing several formats.

NEW FUNDS

Peterson Ventures, a Salt Lake City, UT-based founder-first seed stage venture firm, raised $65M in capital for its Fund III

White Star Capital, a global multi-stage technology venture capital investment platform, held the first close of its new $30M Digital Asset Fund

Plexus Capital, a Raleigh, N.C.-based private investment firm focused on bringing institutional scale to the financing of small businesses in the United States, closed Plexus Fund V, at $502m

Future Energy Ventures, a Berlin, Germany-based venture capital platform that invests in the digital technologies and digital business models redefining the energy landscape, launched with €250m invested capital in its portfolio

Catalio Capital Management, LP, a NYC-based life sciences investment firm, closed its second venture fund, Catalio Nexus II, at $100m

Greycroft, a NYC-based venture capital firm that invests in technology companies, closed two funds, totalling $678m

MadaLuxe Group, a Seal Beach, CA and NYC-based distributor of luxury fashion, launched an investment arm led by the group’s co-founder, Sandy Sholl

Sunrise Capital, a Japan-dedicated mid-cap private equity fund, closed Sunrise Capital IV, at US$450m of commitments

Pureos Bioventures, a St. Peter Port, Guernsey and Zurich, Switzerland-based newly formed venture capital firm, advised by Bellevue Asset Management, closed its first fund BB Pureos Bioventures LP, with committed capital of USD 170m

Truist Financial Corporation (NYSE: TFC), a Charlotte, N.C.-based purpose-driven financial services company, launched its corporate venture capital division