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TCV

TCV is a growth equity firms and invests in public and private technology companies.

Founded in 1995, TCV is a venture capital investment firm that is headquartered in Menlo Park, California. The firm prefers to invest in the internet, financial technology, infrastructure, e-commerce, communications, big data, mobile, security, software and healthcare sectors.



TCV provides capital to growth-stage private and public companies in the technology industry. TCV has invested over $11 billion in leading technology companies and has helped guide CEOs through more than 120 IPOs and strategic acquisitions.



TCV partners with CEOs and founders of public and private growth-stage technology companies as they strive to achieve market leadership. They provide management teams with data-driven insights, sector expertise, access to world-class talent, and connections with category leaders. We take a long-term perspective, committing substantial capital, time and internal resources to support and partner with their companies.



TCV's internet and software investments include Airbnb, Altiris, ByteDance, Dollar Shave Club, ExactTarget, Expedia, Facebook, Fandango, GoDaddy, Genesys Software, HomeAway, IQMS, Klook, LinkedIn, Merkle, Netflix, Peloton, Redback Networks, Rent the Runway, Silver Peak, Sitecore, Splunk, Spotify, Toast, Venafi, VICE Media, and Zillow.

Timeline

January 31, 2019

$3b TCV X fund

TCV announced it had closed on TCV X, a $3 billion fund that will focus on tech investments in consumer internet, software, and IT infra companies.

Funded Companies

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ByteDance's is a Chinese AI company focused on content delivery.

Airbnb provides an online platform for listing, searching and booking rental accommodations.

Dollar Shave Club offers a monthly membership service that delivers stainless steel razor blades and other personal grooming products to customers by mail.

A company offering an exercise bike capable of streaming indoor cycling classes.

Boston-based company selling restaurant management software including consumer payment apps

Sojern is a San Francisco-based company.

Klook is a company providing a destination travel services booking platform.

Sharing economy site for pet sitters and dog walkers

Multinational corporation with headquarters in switzerland that collects and analyzes sports data

Capsule is a New York-based company.

Open English is a Miami-based professional development company.

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People

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Role
LinkedIn

John Burke

Executive Vice President



A.J. Tus

Employee



Aaron Ford

Employee



Aaron Ford

Vice President



Adam Silverschotz

Principal



Aleksandra Antolak

Employee



Alice Shang

Associate



Amol Helekar

Principal



Amy Bohutinsky

Venture Partner



Angela Zhu

Vice President



Anita Pramoda

Employee



Anite Pramoda

Executive Advisor



Anne Wilcox Aviles

Employee



Barry McCarthy

Executive Advisor



Beth Knuppel

Principal



Bob Burke

Venture Partner



Brian Goffman

Employee



Bryan Sheehan

Director, Tax



Caroline Chen

Associate



Chuck Davis

Venture Partner



CJ Longyear

Employee



Clarey Zhu

Associate



Coby Gilbert

Analyst



conner olson

Employee



Daven Flappers

Employee



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Sky
December 21, 2019
Sky News
One of Silicon Valley's leading investors is in talks to invest hundreds of millions of dollars in the UK-based fintech group.
Meagan Simpson
September 4, 2019
BetaKit
Clio Software, the cloud-based legal technology company that helps lawyers manger their firms, has raised a $330 million CAD ($250 million USD) Series D round.
Danny Crichton
July 26, 2019
TechCrunch
Another day, another mega round for a fintech startup. And this one is mega-mega. Brazil-based Nubank, which offers a suite of banking and financial services for Brazilian consumers, announced today that it has raised a $400 million Series F round of venture capital led by Woody Marshall of TCV. The growth-stage fund is best known [...]
June 3, 2019
WebWire
Leading mobile payments company WorldRemit has entered into a definitive agreement to raise $175 million in a Series D funding round led by returning investors, TCV, Accel and Leapfrog Investments. Founded in 2010, WorldRemit is a global leader in smartphone and online payments - providing a convenient, low-cost alternative to expensive brick-and-mortar agents. WorldRemit handles a growing share of the $700 billion remittances sent each year by expatriates and migrant workers to their...

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