We examine why Family Offices seeking exposure to early-stage technology venture capital should partner with emerging venture capital firms. We propose a partnership model rather than the narrative in the media that pushes outright rivalry. We outline 9 different approaches by which family offices can engage with the community of emerging venture fund managers. We feature commentary from practitioners. This report is uniquely deeply researched and is meant for senior decision makers at family offices in any part of the world seeking some help as they try to make sense of large volumes of sometimes contradictory and confusing information that is difficult to synthesize. and distil into actionable conclusions.
An emerging venture capital fund manager examines criticisms of AngelList’s Rolling Funds product and offers an exhaustive and thorough explanation about why investors should hold judgement.
Note: Although I have not used quotation marks, much of this blog post quotes the people to whom I have ascribed comments almost verbatim. I made slight stylistic and mechanical edits to account for the fact that presented in this format, I do not have the constraints that Twitter imposes on users. Where meaning is […]
When I started business school at NYU Stern in the fall of 2005 my plan centered on taking every class in Bankruptcy & Reorganization, and Distressed Investing that I could. I took 3 elective classes in that area; Bankruptcy & Reorganization with Prof. Ed Altman, Case Studies in Bankruptcy & Reorganization with Prof. Max […]