I love Yoehi Nakajima’s creativity in building Untapped Capital. Check out this deck for limited partners on the Future of AI in VC.
If you’re managing an SPV, which fund administration vendors should you use?
Landon Ainge gave us permission to publish his detailed evaluation of the SPV support landscape, including AngelList, Vauban, Allocations, Savvi Legal, Venture360, Finally, Sydecar, Canopy, Flow (I’m an investor via HOF Capital), Syndicately, Two12, SPV Hub, Formidium, Odin, PropelX, AM Advisors, Qualitas Fund Admin, Nth Round, SmartFunds, Loon Creek, Verivend, HC Global (my fund admin), Dealum, Specialsituations, and Sisu. He knows this space intimately, as Managing Director of Aingel Investments, one of the fastest growing angel networks. They have completed over 75 SPVs in the last 2.5 years. Landon also manages the debt advisory company Initiator.co, helping companies navigate which type of loan companies should utilize for free.
Landon’s comparison spreadsheet is here. He also hosted a webinar with more details, which you can see below:
See Jed Ng of AngelSchool.vc’s Guidance on migrating from Assure.
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I’ve posted recently two videos focused on how private equity and VC investors are using technology to improve returns (or suffering the consequences of not doing so):
How Private Equity and VC Investors Accelerate Portfolio Company Success
Asset Managers, Prepare to Have Your Lunch Eaten
Especially during the COVID era, the main way to meet people was online. I wrote about How to Find the Right Online Communities.
We posted an updated version of our white paper on VCs Eating our Own Dog Food: Using technology to make better investments. I also dove deep into An Investor’s Personal Social Media Tech Stack.
Lastly, our friends at AltVia run a podcast and are seeking guests with expertise on how PE/VC investors are using technology. Contact growth(@)altvia.com .
I just published in Techcrunch a greatly expanded & updated version of my white paper on the tech stack of PE/VC funds: VCs eating our own dog food: Using technology and analytics to make better investments.
I recently published two articles I think will interest the PEVCTech community:
– What’s Your VC Tech Stack? Results from a Survey of Early-Stage VC Funds
– The 9 Steps of Using Technology to Improve Investing in Private Companies: How Private Equity and Venture Capital Investors Are Eating Their Own Dogfood