Nutter Represents Vestigo Ventures in Closing Its Oversubscribed Fund II With $117.3 MillionPrint PDF
Nutter served as legal counsel to Vestigo Ventures in connection with its closing of Vestigo Ventures Fund II, L.P. with $117.3 million total fund commitments, surpassing its fundraising goal. The Nutter team was led by Shannon Zollo and included Josh French on corporate matters; Chris McLoon and Michael Mooney on tax matters; and Caitlin Glynn on estate planning matters.
The succeeding fund nearly doubles Vestigo's inaugural fund (“Fund I”), driven by strong investments in companies such as Alloy, Jobble, and Railz. Fund II is well on its way with portfolio companies that include Acquire, DVx Ventures, ForMotiv, Retirable, and Roots Automation. Read more about the transaction.
Headquartered in Cambridge, MA, Vestigo Ventures is an early-stage venture capital firm focused on investing in transformative FinTech companies. Vestigo Ventures finds and funds the emerging technologies that best serve the $91.5 billion global annual market for FinTech.
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