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.


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

Homebrew deals and VC Deals that close!


Look out First Round Capital!   Looks like Hunter Walk ( Linden Labs / Google / YouTube / angel investor ) and Stya Patel ( Twitter / AdSense / Battery Ventures ) are forming a debt fund of $25 million / incubator!

Forture: The new firm is called Homebrew, and is raising $25 million for its debut fund. According to documents viewed by Fortune, the investment strategy would be to back technology startups that “enable the people-based economy” for both consumers and enterprises. The portfolio would be fairly concentrated — fewer than two dozen companies — with around half being incubations and the other half being seed-stage financings.Homebrew would offer a variety of services to portfolio companies — co-location space, recruiting, etc. — and also would provide a small slice of carried interest to entrepreneurs (kind of like what First Round Capital has done).


Information provide by Associated Press, CB Insight, Crunchbase, Forbes, Market Watch, Rueters, and other sources.  Please check company website for best information as the about information is from 2nd hand resources.

Below are deals from this week:

Information provide by Associated Press, Crunchbase, Forbes, Market Watch, Rueters, and other sources.  Please check company website for best information as the about information is from 2nd hand resources.


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