The Value Of Venture Capital Deals Fell 23% In 2016

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Rupert Hargreaves
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Venture Capital Venture financing deals collapsed by some 21% during 2016 according to law firm Cooley’s end of year and fourth quarter Venture Financing Report. The report, a copy of which has been reviewed by ValueWalk, reveals that during 2016 Cooley’s handled a total of 710 disclosable deals representing over $11 billion in capital. In comparison, during 2015 the firm handled 602 transactions representing over $14 billion of capital. Why Fund Managers Remain So Fond Of Private Equity 2016 Hedge Fund Letters During the fourth quarter of 2016, Cooley handled 187 disclosable deals representing more than $2.7 billion of invested...

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