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Vintage Investment Partners exceeds target, raising $200M for 4th venture fund

Vintage Investment Partners has closed its fourth growth-stage venture fund, raising $200m, exceeding its original target. The fund will aim to invest in 15-20 growth-stage technology start-ups in Israel, Europe and the US. Growth IV will work in parallel to the firm’s Fund of Funds and Secondary Funds. Vintage’s assets under management now total around $4bn. Co-founder Abe Finkelstein said the fundraising environment for venture capital had been tough but the company closed Growth IV above target through strong support from its limited partners.


Israel-based Vintage Investment Partners has closed its 4th Growth-Stage Venture Fund (Growth IV), raising $200m, surpassing its original target. The fund will focus on Israeli, European, and US growth-stage technology start-ups. The firm says the market is an “exciting period” having completed Vintage’s 20th anniversary year and that valuations are becoming attractive again. Vintage growth funds have previously invested in Exabeam, Citymapper and Next Insurance, among others. The new fund will bring Vintage’s total assets under management to approximately $4bn, while a fund announced in 2022 raised $632m.

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