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StepStone Group

A private equity firm in California that focuses on achieving excess net risk-adjusted private equity returns.

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StepStone Group is a private equity firm in CaliforniaCalifornia that focuses on achieving excess net risk-adjusted private equity returns. Founded 2007 in La Jolla, California, United States by Thomas Keck, it invests in early stage ventures. Its portfolio companies include Nutraceutical International Corp., Rover, Invoca, UserZoom, Light, Ruby Receptionists, Swan Insights, WorldFirst, Ingram Medical, and Mobixell Networks. As of April 2020, StepStone Group has made 10 investments. Their most recent investment was on August 7, 2019, when Nutraceutical International Corp. raised. StepStone Group has had four exits, the most notable of which include Ruby Receptionists, Mobixell Networks, and WorldFirst. The company has raised three funds, their latest being StepStone Secondary Opportunities Fund III, L.P. This fund was announced on January 14, 2016 and raised a total of $93.9M.

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StepStone Group is a private equity firmprivate equity firm in California that focuses on achieving excess net risk-adjusted private equity returns. Founded 2007 in La Jolla, California, United States by Thomas Keck, it invests in early stage ventures. Its portfolio companies include Nutraceutical International Corp., Rover, Invoca, UserZoom, Light, Ruby Receptionists, Swan Insights, WorldFirst, Ingram Medical, and Mobixell Networks. As of April 2020, StepStone Group has made 10 investments. Their most recent investment was on August 7, 2019, when Nutraceutical International Corp. raised. StepStone Group has had four exits, the most notable of which include Ruby Receptionists, Mobixell Networks, and WorldFirst. The company has raised three funds, their latest being StepStone Secondary Opportunities Fund III, L.P. This fund was announced on January 14, 2016 and raised a total of $93.9M.

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StepStone Group is a private equity firm in California that focuses on achieving excess net risk-adjusted private equity returns. Founded 2007 in La Jolla, California, United States by Thomas Keck, it invests in early stage ventures. Its portfolio companies include Nutraceutical International Corp., Rover, InvocaInvoca, UserZoom, Light, Ruby Receptionists, Swan Insights, WorldFirst, Ingram Medical, and Mobixell Networks. As of April 2020, StepStone Group has made 10 investments. Their most recent investment was on August 7, 2019, when Nutraceutical International Corp. raised. StepStone Group has had four exits, the most notable of which include Ruby Receptionists, Mobixell Networks, and WorldFirst. The company has raised three funds, their latest being StepStone Secondary Opportunities Fund III, L.P. This fund was announced on January 14, 2016 and raised a total of $93.9M.

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StepStone Group is a private equity firm in California that focuses on achieving excess net risk-adjusted private equity returns. Founded 2007 in La JollaLa Jolla, California, United States by Thomas Keck, it invests in early stage ventures. Its portfolio companies include Nutraceutical International Corp., Rover, Invoca, UserZoom, Light, Ruby Receptionists, Swan Insights, WorldFirst, Ingram Medical, and Mobixell Networks. As of April 2020, StepStone Group has made 10 investments. Their most recent investment was on August 7, 2019, when Nutraceutical International Corp. raised. StepStone Group has had four exits, the most notable of which include Ruby Receptionists, Mobixell Networks, and WorldFirst. The company has raised three funds, their latest being StepStone Secondary Opportunities Fund III, L.P. This fund was announced on January 14, 2016 and raised a total of $93.9M.

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StepStone Group is a private equity firm in California that focuses on achieving excess net risk-adjusted private equity returns. Founded 2007 in La Jolla, California, United States by Thomas Keck, it invests in early stage ventures. Its portfolio companies include Nutraceutical International Corp., Rover, Invoca, UserZoom, Light, Ruby Receptionists, Swan Insights, WorldFirst, Ingram Medical, and Mobixell NetworksMobixell Networks. As of April 2020, StepStone Group has made 10 investments. Their most recent investment was on August 7, 2019, when Nutraceutical International Corp. raised. StepStone Group has had four exits, the most notable of which include Ruby Receptionists, Mobixell Networks, and WorldFirst. The company has raised three funds, their latest being StepStone Secondary Opportunities Fund III, L.P. This fund was announced on January 14, 2016 and raised a total of $93.9M.

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