FTVentures Closes $512M Fund

Schachter, Ken
April 2008
Red Herring;4/15/2008, p1
Trade Publication
This article reveals that FTVentures, whose capital backs financial services startups, has closed a $512 million fund. The subprime mortgage crisis has affected some of the biggest firms in finance including Goldman Sachs Asset Management, GE Capital, and JPMorgan Chase. Software and services companies are the target investments of FTVentures. GigaSpaces, a maker of distributed application software and risk-management software firm Aveska are some of its recent investments.


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