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AngelList returns data include investments by institutional and professional investors that have superior access to deals and information. Returns for these investors may differ materially from returns achievable by other investors on the AngelList Platform.
An AngelList “deal” is an investment made by a Venture Fund, Rolling Fund, Syndicate (SPV), or Roll Up Vehicle (RUV) hosted on the AngelList Platform.
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AngelList Syndicate or SPV may both refer to any SPV on the AngelList Platform.
Fund managers refers to any person who has run an SPV or fund on the AngelList Platform.
Investors are any person who has made an investment into a Special Purpose Vehicle, Roll Up Vehicle, or fund on the AngelList Platform.
Returns distributed to investors and fund managers reflects both investor distributions and fund manager carried interest distributions and is entirely realized.
Top-tier VC firms designation based on internal metrics and is subject to change.
Notable co-investors refers to the investors that invest in the same deals as AngelList fund managers the most frequently. Appearance on this list does not indicate any affiliation with or approval from those investors.
Unicorns are private companies that have announced funding rounds with post-money valuations over $1 Billion.
Carry earned by fund managers from capital committed by AngelList platform investors contains both unrealized and realized carried interest earned from investments made by investors who discover the fund manager’s Syndicate or fund via the AngelList Platform.
Estimates of administrative fee saved are based on internal estimates and market rates and may not reflect actual savings.