NEW YORK (PRWEB) December 22, 2020
GrowthCap announced today The Top 40 Under 40 Growth Investors of 2020. This year marks the seventh anniversary since it first began publishing the awards list. Notably, over the years GrowthCap’s process of evaluating nominees has evolved as the growth equity field has become more competitive and nuanced.
In addition to the formal nomination process where information on breadth of experience and performance metrics are reviewed, GrowthCap took into consideration third party feedback from CEOs and other executives. “We find it most impressive when investors can achieve top tier returns while earning the respect, and in some cases, admiration from the CEOs they back,” states GrowthCap Managing Partner, RJ Lumba.
RJ further adds, “Having worked closely with the growth equity and private equity industry for over twenty years, I have come to appreciate the incredible talent and skill required to be a successful growth investor. It not only requires business intellect and judgement, it also requires consistent work ethic, high emotional intelligence and a determination to push through the most challenging situations.”
Certain firms that have built exceptional platforms are represented by multiple investors. They include JMI Equity (4), Insight Partners (4), PSG (4), Silversmith Capital Partners (3), Mainsail Partners (3), IVP (2), Summit Partners (2), Spectrum Equity (2), Susquehanna Growth Equity (2), and Volition Capital (2). Other firms represented include Blackstone, FTV Capital, Sapphire Ventures, Softbank Vision Fund, Centana Growth Partners, Norwest, Turn/River, and Updata Partners.
See the full list of GrowthCap’s Top 40 Under 40 Growth Investors of 2020.
GrowthCap’s primary focus is to aid CEOs in better understanding and connecting with the universe of capital alternatives offered by institutional investors such as private equity firms, growth equity firms, venture capital and family offices. GrowthCap also aims to provide CEOs with insights into how other entrepreneurs and executives have succeeded in scaling their businesses. While emphasis has been on select sectors including business software, business services, healthcare and consumer products and services, GrowthCap is often involved in other segments of the broader economy.
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