In Part 1, we focused on the problems that family offices face when wading into venture capital. In Part 2, we today focus on solutions that have worked for our co-founders, as well as other family offices around the world, and the newest solutions that we are building at Revere to solve various problems in venture capital.Read story
Unlike other asset classes, venture capital is a different beast. It is because of our backgrounds that we knew what was being sold are not really solutions and, in some instances, are a part of the problem. Hence, we started Revere as a mission-driven asset management firm to provide real solutions.Read story
Revere believes that the next wave of innovation will be around innovative products and services that address the accessibility and invest-ability of certain asset classes which have historically been exclusionary and/or have significant barriers to access -- in particular, private equity and venture capital.Read story
By the mid 2010s, traditional FoFs grew long in the tooth and are generally in decline because the windows of opportunity to innovate are long gone. Revere believes that a new dawn is at hand, and innovative new products will replace the incumbent FoF approach.Read story
Venture Capital has long been a bastion of gated access to once-in-a-generation tech entrepreneurs building tomorrow’s market leaders. By design, the insiders running the storied franchises that line Sand Hill Road cornered the market for this cottage investment industry. Revere lights the new way for investing in venture capital.Read story
Join Revere VC for our invite-only virtual launch event on May 5, 2021 at 6 pm PT/ 9 pm ET/ 9 am HK.We will be hosting a lively evening filled with conversations, product giveaways and speed networking.add to calendar
Asian hedge fund firms are pouring hundreds of millions of dollars into private investments as they seek higher returns, muscling into an area that has long been the preserve of private equity and venture capital.
Revere VC, a San Francisco- and Hong Kong-based asset management firm, announced the close of US$1.35 million seed round, with participation from strategic equity investor AngelList, Twitch co-founder Kevin Lin and Thailand-based Siamrajthanee Group/SeaX founder Nattaphol Vimolchalao.
San Francisco and Hong Kong-based asset management firm Revere VC has closed its seed round at $1.35M, as the startup aims to provide investors - from high-net-worth individuals (HNWIs) to family offices, financial institutions and beyond - a more holistic way to invest in VC funds.
Backed with $1.35M in seed funding, newly launched Revere VC aims to expose more LPs to the venture asset class, beginning with its curated VC platform called The Portal.
Revere VC, a San Francisco and Hong Kong based asset management firm, announced the launch of its flagship products and services: "The Portal,' a curated VC platform. In addition, Revere also announced the close of its seed round at $1.35 million, with participation from strategic equity investor AngelList, and Twitch co-founder Kevin Lin.
Revere launched a platform to connect rising VCs with funders seeking to get into big-name deals. The firm was inspired by co-founder Chris Shen's frustrating experiences at a family office in China.