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Vintage: The Top Pick for Fourth Growth Fund’s FoF Manager


  • Vintage Investment Partners, a FoF manager and investor in funds from Accel, a16z, and General Catalyst, has closed its fourth growth-stage fund at $200 million
  • The fund brings Vintage’s AUM to $4 billion

Vintage Investment Partners, a fund-of-funds (FoF) manager and investor in funds from Accel, a16z, and General Catalyst, has closed its fourth growth-stage fund at $200 million. This brings Vintage’s assets under management (AUM) to $4 billion.

The growth-stage fund, named Vintage IV, exceeded its $175 million target and attracted commitments from both new and existing LPs. The fund focuses on investing in late-stage technology companies, providing capital for growth and expansion.

Vintage IV is the latest in a series of successful funds for Vintage Investment Partners. The firm has a track record of delivering strong returns to its investors, thanks in part to its early investments in successful companies such as Twitter, Alibaba, and Facebook.

The fund’s success reflects the continued popularity of growth-stage investing in the technology sector. Investors are increasingly interested in funding late-stage companies that are on the verge of going public or achieving significant growth. These companies often offer attractive growth potential and the opportunity for substantial returns.

Vintage Investment Partners has established itself as a trusted partner for technology investors, with a strong network and expertise in the sector. The firm’s portfolio of investments includes some of the most successful and innovative companies in the industry.

With the closing of its fourth growth-stage fund, Vintage Investment Partners is well-positioned to continue its successful track record and deliver strong returns to its investors. The firm’s focus on late-stage technology companies provides a unique investment opportunity and the potential for significant upside.

As the technology sector continues to expand and evolve, there will be increasing demand for capital from growth-stage companies. Vintage’s expertise and experience in this area make it an attractive partner for both investors and late-stage technology companies.

Overall, Vintage Investment Partners’ successful fundraising for its fourth growth-stage fund is a testament to its strong track record and expertise in the technology sector. The firm’s ability to attract commitments from both new and existing LPs demonstrates the continued interest in growth-stage investing and the confidence in Vintage as a trusted partner.

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