Crossover Fund

Crossover Fund

A mutual fund that invests in both publicly-traded companies and private equity. A crossover fund usually has higher risk than most mutual funds, depending on the types of companies in which it invests, but it normally has both high yield and growth. Crossover funds are considered better as long-term investments, rather than short-term.
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6 million, led by funds managed by a global renowned crossover fund with over US$1.
to integrate public and private growth/technology investing in three families of funds: venture capital funds, long/short hedge funds and a unique hybrid crossover fund.
A leading public crossover fund and all current Catabasis investors, including SV Life Sciences, Clarus Ventures, MedImmune Ventures and Advanced Technology Ventures, also participated in the financing.
to integrate public and private growth investing in three families of funds: venture capital funds, long/short hedge funds and a unique hybrid crossover fund.
Other investors for the round include: GLG Partners, a leading alternative asset manager; Duff Ackerman & Goodrich Ventures (DAG), a leading crossover fund with a rich history in Internet and TV networks; and existing investors Accel Partners, Draper Fisher Jurvetson, Walden Ventures and Information Capital.
Grail is the sponsor of The Chalice Fund, a crossover fund that invests in non-depository financial services.
The largest venture capital funds raised in the third quarter were follow-on funds such as Lehman Brothers Venture Partners 2003, ComVentures VI and Crosslink Crossover Fund IV.
The investors in the private placement include Global Undervalued Securities Master Fund, LP; Tradewinds Asset Management; and Talkot Crossover Fund, LP.
As a crossover fund, Pivotal invests in both late stage private companies as well as early stage public companies.
a leading multi-stage technology venture capital and growth equity firm, today announced the closing of Crossover Fund V, L.