Goldman Sachs Asset Management

Founded 1991


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Total investments 37
Average round size
The average size of a deal this fund participated in
Portfolio companies 37
Rounds per year 1.23
Lead investments 2
Follow on index
How often the fund supports its portfolio startups at next rounds
Exits 4
Key employees 3

Areas of investment

  • E-Commerce
  • Health Care
  • Information Technology
  • Financial Services
  • Venture Capital

The main office of represented Corporate Investor is situated in the New York. The venture was found in North America in United States.

The overall number of key employees were 3.

The high activity for fund was in 2018. The higher amount of exits for fund were in 2018. Deals in the range of 50 - 100 millions dollars are the general things for fund. The fund is generally included in less than 2 deals every year. Speaking about the real fund results, this Corporate Investor is 44 percentage points more often commits exit comparing to other organizations. The typical startup value when the investment from Goldman Sachs Asset Management is 100-500 millions dollars. Opposing the other organizations, this Goldman Sachs Asset Management works on 2 percentage points less the average amount of lead investments.

For fund there is a match between the country of its foundation and the country of its the most frequent investments - United States. Among the most popular portfolio startups of the fund, we may highlight Azanda Network Devices, Counsyl, TriplePoint Venture Growth. Moreover, a startup needs to be at the age of 6-10 years to get the investment from the fund. The fund has no exact preference in some founders of portfolio startups. If startup sums 3 or 5+ of the founder, the chance for it to be financed is low. We can highlight the next thriving fund investment areas, such as Internet, Finance.

The typical case for the fund is to invest in rounds with 2-3 participants. Despite the Goldman Sachs Asset Management, startups are often financed by Baker Capital, Highland Capital Partners, Goldman Sachs. The meaningful sponsors for the fund in investment in the same round are Wall Street Technology Partners, Wafra Investment Advisory Group, Telcom Ventures. In the next rounds fund is usually obtained by Felicis Ventures, Raj Sandhu, Goldman Sachs.

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Notable deals

CompanyIndustryRound SizeDateInvestorsLocation


Artificial Intelligence
Service Industry
01 Sep 2021 Shangcheng District, Zhejiang, China


$240M16 Aug 2021 Oslo, Norway


Artificial Intelligence
Health Care
Health Diagnostics
Machine Learning
$1M14 Aug 2021 Dongcheng District, Beijing, China

Aria Systems

Cloud Computing
Enterprise Software
Subscription Service
$90M12 Aug 2021 San Francisco, California, United States

Redwood Materials

Advanced Materials
Building Material
Information Technology
Renewable Energy
$700M28 Jul 2021 Carson City, Nevada, United States


Financial Services
$109M23 Jul 2021 London, England, United Kingdom


$50M21 Jul 2021 Durham, North Carolina, United States

$472M06 Jul 2021 Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, The Netherlands

Entera Holdings

Property Management
Real Estate
$32M30 Jun 2021 San Francisco, California, United States
eVisit Closes $45 Million in Series B Funding Round Led by Goldman Sachs Asset Management

– eVisit is the leading Virtual Care platform for large healthcare providers, raised a $45 million Series B financing.
– The round led by the Growth Equity business within Goldman Sachs Asset Management (Goldman Sachs), with participation from Texas Health Resources, Tom Burton and Steve Barlow (Co-founders of Health Catalyst), and existing insiders.
– eVisit will invest the capital to drive growth by building out its Virtual Care platform and scaling up its sales and marketing efforts.

Facetune maker Lightricks raises $130 million ahead of M&A plans

– Lightricks, an Israeli mobile photo and video editing company, raised $130m funding.
– The round was led by Insight Partners and Hanaco Venture Capital and includes new investors Migdal Insurance, Altshuler Shaham and Shavit Capital.
– Existing investors Goldman Sachs Asset Management, Claltech, Harel Insurance and Finance, and Greycroft also participated.
– The company has raised $335m to date.
– It has been best known for its photo-editing app Facetune.


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