Wednesday, July 12, 2006

US venture capital goes abroad

I found quite useful a May 19. 2006 report from American Venture Magazine, "US Based Venture Capital Firms that Invest Abroad."

Since I am working on analyzing the impact of global capital investment on entrepreneurship, I have been seeking information about how US venture capital firms are investing overseas. This report lists 102 US venture firms -- 53% are venture capital firms, 45% are private equity firms and 3% are investment banks. For each firm, the report provides contact information -- including a lead partner, the location of its offices worldwide -- and a list of the primary industries in which it invests.

This information is a useful starting point for my research which will attempt to supplement the information in this report with details about the amount of capital each firm invests in the US and in the countries where it has located its international offices.


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