RHC Pipeline Report v19.18

RHC REPORT HIGHLIGHT

Andreessen Horowitz, a firm that in just a decade become one of the powerhouses of venture capital, said on Wednesday it had raised another $2.75 billion.

The bulk of the cash, $2 billion, will go toward a new late-stage fund, led by general partner David George. He joined Andreessen Horowitz earlier this year from venture firm General Atlantic.

Read More:

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-05-01/andreessen-horowitz-raises-2-75-billion-for-two-new-funds

https://www.businessinsider.com/andreessen-horowitz-launches-2-billion-late-stage-fund-2019-5

RHC PIPELINE REPORT

  • Union Square Ventures, a New York City-based venture capital firm, raised two new funds totalling $450m
  • Harrison Street, an alternative real asset investment firm dedicated to the Education, Healthcare and Storage sectors, closed its second European closed-end fund, Harrison Street European Property Partners II, L.P., at €500m
  • Motus Ventures, a Redwood City, CA-based seed stage venture capital fund and business accelerator investing in early stage businesses, launched the $30m Motus Smart World Innovation Fund
  • Pangaea Ventures, a Vancouver, BC venture capital firm, closed its fourth advanced-materials fund, at approx. $70m
  • Pegasus Tech Ventures, a San Francisco, CA-based global venture capital firm, is launching officially
  • Seattle, WA-based early-stage technology venture capital firm Madrona Venture Group closed its first Acceleration Fund, at $100m
  • Toyota AI Ventures, a Los Altos, CA-based venture capital firm subsidiary of Toyota Research Institute, launched new $100m fund
  • Math Venture Partners, a Chicago, IL-based early stage venture capital firm, closed a new fund, at $46m
  • Palo Alto, CA- and London, UK-based AV8 Ventures has raised a €150m (approx. $170m) debut early-stage venture capital fund
  • Liquid 2 Ventures, a San Francisco, CA-based early stage venture capital firm, held a $37.67m close of its second fund
  • Five Elms Capital, a Kansas City, Mo.-based investor in founder-owned software businesses, held the first and final close of its fourth fund, at more than $300m
  • Venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz has closed two funds totalling $2.750 billion

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