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Deciphering the SEC’s New Definition of a “Venture Capital Fund”: Part 5 – What short term holdings may a VC Fund invest in?

October 19, 2011

This article is the third part of a series analyzing the Securities and Exchange Commission's new definition of a venture capital fund.  This article focuses on the requirement that the fund can invest no more than 20% of its total assets in "short term holdings," and explains what qualifies as a "short term holding" under the SEC's promulgated definitions.

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Deciphering the SEC’s New Definition of a “Venture Capital Fund”: Part 5 – What short term holdings may a VC Fund invest in?

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Alexander Davie

Alexander Davie

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