Our Partners

DFD Partners

For LPs, we simplify the sourcing and diligence of fund managers through a standardized framework for assessing their strengths and work-in-progress risk factors. For fund managers, we offer direct and candid feedback, exposure to our global investor network, and automatic enrollment in our managed investment strategies.

Heat Map Analysis

We evaluate five critical areas and score 20 categories in order to provide a comprehensive and impartial view of a fund manager's ability and potential for generating top returns.

We distill our diligence and analysis into an approachable, easy-to-read heat map that highlights key strengths and identifies risk factors.

Expert Commentary: Every rating report includes detailed commentary by a dedicated analyst that drives actionable insight. We don't just evaluate, we help interpret.

Our Partners

What’s in it for you?

Free of Charge

We believe in aligning interests and avoiding conflicts--hence we do not charge GPs.


Actionable feedback on your fundraising narrative/materials, peer benchmarking, and guidance on industry best practices.


As the largest platform focused on VC fund managers, we offer exposure to a vetted, global LP network. In addition, all funds on the platform are eligible for investment via our managed strategies.



Direct and candid feedback on your fundraising narrative and presentation materials drawn from our collective experience as an institutional fund investors.


Exposure to a large investor network looking to qualify and diligence VC funds.


Greater standardization of information and data capture to enable more efficient relationship between between GPs and LPs.


Automatic enrollment in our managed strategies, where Revere aggregates capital into  investment vehicles and serves as the LP of record in your fund.

Become a Revere partner

We’re on the lookout for opportunities to work with family offices, platforms and allocators that wants to expand your VC programs. If that sounds like you, let’s chat!

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Our 7-Step Rating Process

Added to the pipeline
Timeline: 1 day
Screening and initial review of materials
Timeline: 1 week
Fund profile setup
Timeline: 2-3 days
Profile Build Out
Ratings call & draft rating
Timeline: 2-3 days
Interaction Board
Open commenting & final rating
Timeline: 1 week
Fund profile & rating published
Timeline: 1 day
Selected as candidate for Revere managed baskets
Timeline: 1 day

Our 6-Step Onboarding Process

Register: Secure spot in onboarding queue
Information Gather: Screening and initial review
Profile Build Out: Officially added to Revere’s Pipeline Explorer
Ratings Diligence: Deep dive manager interview
Interaction Board: Commenting period on draft ratings
Verified: Full Ratings Report published to Revere ONE
Verified: Selected as a candidate for Revere managed baskets

As a long-time student of venture capital, I’ve come to appreciate the cyclical nature of this corner of the alternative investment asset class.  After all, VC funds are 10-year vehicles, so by definition they are trying to capture innovation trends that play out over a decade, from nascent sparks of ideas to category-defining market leaders. To understand the nature of VC, one must  recognize that “access” has long been the centerpiece of great debate: a select few mega VC franchises have access to the best deals and if you can’t invest in their funds then don’t bother investing in VC at all.But a funny thing has happened in the last 10 years. If you were to ask a startup founder today who would be the ideal first-check investor, chances are a large, billion dollar VC would not be at the top of the list.  Instead, it is a targeted list of angels or early-stage micro VCs that bring more than just capital to the table. In the last few years, thousands of these angels and small fund managers have mobilized and reshaped the entire startup funding ecosystem.It was my job to track and invest in this new category of fund managers. In witnessing these movements and dislocations over the last 12 years, it became clear that the issue to be solved in venture capital is NOT “access” but “accessibility”.  More fund managers means more avenues to invest.  More avenues to invest means new capital participants coming into the asset class.  These new entrants require education and investment tools. Add this all up and that equates to more confusion on where and how to invest in VC.

In witnessing these movements and dislocations over the last 12 years, it became clear that the issue to be solved in venture capital is NOT “access” but “accessibility”.

Revere’s mission is to bring greater data and information transparency between investors and VC fund managers in order to eliminate the challenges of connecting and closing capital. By serving as the enabling platform, Revere aspires to simultaneously empower a new generation of fund managers and equip a wider audience of investors to participate in the next wave of innovation.I will leave you with this thought: many of you have heard of Sequoia Capital, an industry stalwart and a persistent generator of top returns for more than 5 decades.  Even more of you are familiar with the iconic companies that they seeded: Apple, Atari, Cisco, Google, Instagram, Airbnb, Stripe, and the list goes on. In 1972 their first fund was $3 million, today their last set of global funds eclipsed $8 billion. What if the next Sequoia Capital is hiding in plain sight amongst the sea of this early-stage emerging fund managers?

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