Fulcrum Equity Partners, a growth equity firm investing in healthcare services, HCIT, B2B SaaS, and tech-enabled services, announced today it has closed its fourth and largest fund to date, Fulcrum Growth Fund IV (“Fund IV”), which was oversubscribed with $275 million in committed capital.
Fulcrum’s existing investor base validated the firm’s thesis and approach with nearly 100% participation from institutional investors in prior funds and many investors increasing their allocations over previous commitments. New institutional investors and family offices also joined the firm’s longtime stable of C-level executives—a key element of Fulcrum’s strategic value-add since its founding in 2006.
“As a team of seasoned entrepreneurs ourselves, we started the firm’s first fund by gaining the financial and operational support of like-minded executives who continue to invest and serve as a rich resource in diligence, market knowledge, connections, and board composition for our portfolio companies,” said Fulcrum Founding Partner Tom Greer. This experience and the firm’s resulting approach helped land Fulcrum on Inc. Magazine’s List of the Top 50 Founder Friendly Firms in 2020.
Source: Business Wire
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