Family office VC investment and allocation on the rise

(Opalesque) Over the last decade, family offices have been increasing allocations to venture and building in-house venture investment capabilities, primarily stemming from strong historical returns, said a study. According to SVB and Campden Wealth report, on average, venture investments constitute 10% of participants’ overall portfolios, divided between direct investments (54% of the average VC portfolio) and funds (46%).

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