U.S. PE Funds Getting Smaller, VC Funds Getting Bigger
August 20, 2015
In the first half of 2015, the median size of private equity funds dropped to $165 million, the lowest mark in the past decade. Meanwhile, the median venture fund size jumped to $30 million, while the average hit $147 million. All these numbers hint at how the U.S. fundraising market is evolving for both PE and VC investors, which our 2H 2015 PE & VC Fundraising & Capital Overhang Report explores in depth.
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This report delves deep into numerous aspects of the fundraising landscape, analyzing trends like:
The historically high percentage of PE and VC funds hitting or beating their targets
Why venture capital overhang surged between 2013 and 2014
How fundraising by size buckets is trending, with more midsize PE funds being raised and healthy VC numbers across the board