SWIB May Fund More VC

December 2005
Investment Management Weekly;12/19/2005, Vol. 18 Issue 48, p1
The article reports on the fund allocation of the State of Wisconsin Investment Board for its state-based venture capital funds pending approval. Two venture capital mutual funds, Mason Wells Biomedical Fund II and Venture Investors Early Stage Fund IV intend to finance life science opportunities for universities and medical research facilities in Wisconsin.


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