Based in Silicon Valley, with offices in New York and London, TCV is committed to investing in high-growth technology companies across North America and Europe.
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TCV INVESTMENT APPROACH
With over 40 investment professionals and nearly $10 billion of capital raised since inception across eight funds, TCV is one of the largest
growth equity firms focused solely on technology and technology-enabled services companies. We are active, long-term investors who stay
involved with and continue to invest in our portfolio companies through their IPOs and beyond.
We invest across all areas of technology and services including:
â€¢ Financial Services
â€¢ Healthcare IT
â€¢ Financial Technology
â€¢ Mobile Technology
â€¢ Business Services
â€¢ Information Services
â€¢ Government IT
TCV invests in both private and public companies. We make equity investments of up to $300M with proceeds being used for:
â€¢ Growth capital
â€¢ Shareholder liquidity
â€¢ Minority recapitalizations
â€¢ Majority recapitalizations
â€¢ Leveraged buyouts
TCV VIII ANNOUNCEMENT
Technology Crossover Ventures Announces $2.23 Billion Growth Equity Fund
Palo Alto, CA
March 19, 2014 â€“ Technology Crossover Ventures (TCV), a leading provider of growth equity for premier technology companies, announced today the closing of
TCV VIII, a $2.23 billion fund. With this fund, the firmâ€™s capital raised since inception totals nearly $10 billion.
TCV VIII will continue to execute on Technology Crossover Ventureâ€™s core strategy of providing growth equity capital to market-leading technology companies,
with a focus on the Internet, business and financial services, infrastructure, and software markets. The fund will be invested by TCVâ€™s team of more than 40
investment professionals, one of the largest teams focused on growth equity investments in technology.
â€œWe appreciate the continued support of our limited partners, whose strong participation in TCV VIII highlights our long track record in backing some of the
worldâ€™s leading technology companies and entrepreneurs,â€ said Jay Hoag, a founding general