The secondary venture capital market is soaring to new heights, reaching $100 billion in 2021 and expected to surpass $130 billion by 2023, driven by increased allocations, extended exits, demand for investor liquidity, and diverse deal structures.
The global secondary market for venture capital reached $100 billion in 2021 and is estimated to exceed $130 billion in 2023. This growth is driven by several factors such as increased allocations to venture capital, extended time horizons for startup exits, increased demand for investor liquidity, and the proliferation of new secondary deal structures. The supply of sellers is coming from three main sources: direct shareholder positions in private companies, limited partnership interests in venture funds, and GP-led transactions. The growth of the primary venture capital market, GP-led transactions, and startups remaining private for longer also contribute to the growth of the secondary market. Despite the difficulty in sizing the venture secondary market, Industry Ventures leverages publicly disclosed data and proprietary information to estimate its growth.
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