Israeli tech investor Vintage Investment Partners raises $812 million
The firm, founded by Alan Feld, has closed a new $500 million fund-of-funds and an additional $312 million secondary fund
Israeli technology investment firm Vintage Investment Partners, founded by Alan Feld, has raised $812 million across two new funds, bringing its assets under management to over $3 billion. The Herzliya-based firm is launching a $500 million fund that will invest in other funds, known as a fund-of-funds, with another $312 million being raised for a secondary fund that will be used to acquire shares in companies currently being held by other VCs, founders, or employees.
Alan Feld, Founder and General Partner of Vintage. Photo: Eric Sultan and Vintage Investment Partners
Vintage has invested in the past in venture capital funds of the likes of Andreessen Horowitz, Accel, and General Catalyst, as well as directly in startups including Sweden’s Klarna Bank AB and food delivery startup Wolt.
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