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This week’s family/private investment office deals

Family Capital’s This Week’s Top Three investment deals involve family offices from both sides of the Atlantic making some interesting deals. More details here

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D1 Capital Partners, an investment group founded by former hedge fund manager Daniel Sundheim, has invested in goPuff, a logistics group. D1 was one of four backers committing $340 million to the Philadelphia-based group. D1 has also backed Instacart, which specializes in delivering groceries. The investment group along with one other investor pumped $200 million into the San Francisco-based group.  

EQT Group, the Wallenberg family-backed investment group, has invested in LIVEKINDLY,  a collective of plant-based heritage and start-up brands. EQT was one of four investors committing $135 million to the Los Angeles-based group. 

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Tiny Capital, a Canadian venture group believed to be backed by Bill Ackman’s family office Table Management, has invested in Memberstack, which turns websites into members-only sites. Tiny was one of eight investors committing $2 million to the Virginia-based startup.   

Crocker Mountain Capital, a US-based family office of unknown ownership, has invested in JobGet, a recruitment platform. Crocker was one of six investors committing $2.1 million to the Boston-based startup. 

Glikvest, a Massachusetts-based investment group owned by Richard Gliklich, has invested in Osmind, a healthcare startup. Glikvest was one of six investors committing $2 million to the San Francisco-based group. 

Series A 

SC.Holdings, a New York City-based investment group owned by Jason Stein, has invested in HyperIce, which provides recovery and movement enhancement technology for athletes. SC.Holdings was one of 22 investors committing $47.8 million to the Los Angeles-based group. 

Delin Ventures, a London-based investment group owned by Igor Linshits, has invested in Ori Biotech. Delin was one of five investors committing $30 million to the London-based group.

Series B

Frog Capital, a London-based investment group backed by the German Engelhorn family, together with Bonnier Ventures, the Swedish corporate venture arm of Bonnier, the family-owned publishing business, have invested in Winningtemp, an employee experience solution platform. Frog and Bonnier committed €15.1 million to the Swedish group. 

Series C

Section 32, Bill Maris’s investment fund, has invested in Vineti, a biotech group. Section 32 was one of nine investors committing $33 million to the San Francisco-based group. 

F-Prime Capital, the venture group of the Johnson family of Fidelity fame, has invested in Snapdocs, a mortgage technology company. F-Prime Capital was one of six investors committing $60 million to the San Francisco-based group. 

Mousse Partners, an investment group owned by Charles Heilbronn, together with Atomico, the London venture group backed by Skype co-founder Niklas Zennström, and Bonnier Ventures (see above) have invested in MessageBird, a cloud communications platform that connects enterprises to their global customers. The three investors were among 10 investors committing $200 million to the Amsterdam-based group. 

Series E 

Reinvent Capital, which is backed by Reid Hoffman, has invested in Getaround, a peer-to-peer car-sharing platform. Reinvent was one of 15 investors committing $140 million to the San Francisco-based group. 

 

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