Venture Capital Funds at Glance
Venture Capital funds are pools of capital to be invested in companies or assets that represent an opportunity for a high rate of return. They come with a fixed investment horizon, typically ranging from 3 to 5 years, at which point a Venture Capital firm hopes to profitably exit the investment. Exit strategies include IPOs, promoter’s buy-back arrangement or trade sale of the business to another investment firm or strategic buyer.
Institutional funds and accredited investors usually make up the primary sources of Venture Capital funds, as they can provide substantial capital for extended periods of time. The investors are generally high net-worth individuals, family offices, wealth managers, financial advisors and institutions.
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