A Remarkable Time for Venture Investing
Investing in VC has long been a best practice of institutional investors and ultra high net worth individuals. We think that accredited individuals should also consider adding this asset class to their portfolio to take advantage of its diversity and return characteristics.
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And in the meantime, learn more about Triphammer Ventures Managing Partner, David Cynn, by watching the video below:
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Join Triphammer Ventures Managing Partner David Cynn for a live, 45-minute presentation about venture investing during times of market uncertainty. Triphammer Ventures is Alumni Ventures’ fund for Cornell alumni and friends of the community. During the session, they will discuss:
- HomeWhy VC is largely uncorrelated to public markets
- HomeA deeper explanation of VC returns versus other asset classes
- HomeWhy now is a compelling time to add VC to your portfolio
Note: You must be accredited to invest in venture capital. Important disclosure information can be found at av-funds.com/disclosures.
About your presenter
Managing Partner, Triphammer Ventures
In 20 years as a private equity and venture capital investor focused on fintech and specialty finance investments, David has invested $500+ million and served on the boards of many private and public companies. Before joining Triphammer Ventures, he was a Founder and Managing Partner at private investment firm Killearn Capital. Earlier, he was a Managing Director and Investment Committee member at Lightyear Capital, where he focused on specialty finance businesses. He has also worked at Morgan Stanley, Samuel Montagu (HSBC), and Chase Manhattan’s Management Development Program. A proud Cornell graduate, David received a BS in Applied Economics & Business Management from the Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management in 1991 and recently served as the Chairperson of Cornell’s Alumni Advisory Council at the Dyson School. He holds an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.