NEA is one of the most well-known investors around, and the firm also takes the crown as the most active VC investor in Series A and B rounds in the US so far in 2018. Andreessen Horowitz, Accel and plenty of the other usual early-stage suspects are on the list, too.
Also included is a pair of names that have been in the news this year for backing away from the traditional VC model: Social Capital and SV Angel. The two are on the list thanks to deals completed earlier in the year.
Just how much are these prolific investors betting on Series A and Series B rounds? And at what valuation? We've used data from the PitchBook Platform to highlight a collection of the top venture capital investors in the US (excluding accelerators) and provide information about the Series A and B rounds they've joined so far this year. Click on the graphic below to open a PDF.