Canada’s New Structure of Venture Capital
March 3, 2015
In this article originally published by the CFA Society Vancouver, Yaletown’s Eric Bukovinsky takes a look at shifts and emerging gaps in Canada’s VC industry.
Investor interest is returning to the industry but lost in the headlines are the major structural changes that have taken place. The venture capital industry has changed into a “barbell” structure, with larger funds focused on multiple stages and industries raising significant capital on the one end and numerous smaller funds focusing on specific industries or regions on the other.
Author: Yaletown Venture Capital Partners
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