Security focused investor Razor’s Edge Ventures has set out to raise a $250 million second fund, according to a filing with the SEC.
Donald Dixon is a co-founder of Trident Capital Cybersecurity, a managing director at the firm and a long-time booster of the United States Marine Corps.
FTV Capital said it closed an oversubscribed an $850 million fifth fund, according to a press release
The National Venture Capital Association has selected PitchBook as its data provider, replacing Thomson Reuters.
The Foundry Group has closed a $500 million sixth fund, according to a blog post.
Wireframe Ventures has set out to raise a $75 million maiden venture fund, according to a filing with the SEC.
Brooklyn Bridge Ventures has hit its $15.5 million target for a second fund, according to an SEC filing.
Sapphire Ventures has raised a $1 billion for two new funds, including $xx million for a direct fund and $xx for supporting third-party, early-stage managers.
Benhamou Global Ventures said it completed a first close on a third fund, gathering more than half of the fund’s targeted $75 million.
500 Startups has raised $49.6 million toward a fourth fund, according to a filing with the SEC.
Menlo Ventures is putting new resources behind its consumer investing, hiring three new staffers and bringing back Shawn Carolan as a managing director.
The Kauffman Fellows has appointed three venture capitalists to its board, according to a press release.
Ten Eleven Ventures has raised $77.5 million toward a venture fund and $26.2 million toward a growth fund, according to filings with the SEC.
Temprano Techvestors, a firm with an unusual approach to investing in software startups, is launching itself on Thursday.
Lightspeed Venture Partners said it has been chosen as the venture capital partner to Apple’s Planet of the Apps reality TV show, according to a press release.
San Ramon-based xMatters said it raised $42 million of financing from Golub Capital’s late stage lending group.
Charles River Ventures made its position in the presidential elections known, and the stand couldn’t be clearer: Just say no to Republican candidate Donald Trump.
True Ventures closed on a $310 million fifth fund, according to a blog post on the firm’s site.