Alexander Lim, Senior Associate at Menlo Park based later-stage venture capital and growth equity firm IVP, has been named to the 2017 Forbes 30 Under 30 Venture Capital List which highlights top young tech investors.
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Lim joined IVP in March 2015. He focuses on identifying and evaluating later-stage enterprise software, Internet, and mobile investments. He worked on IVP’s investments in Cyence, Qubole, SteelBrick, Walker & Company, and Zerto, and is actively involved with AdRoll, Dataminr, Snap, and TuneIn.
Prior to IVP, Lim worked in the Technology Investment Banking group at Credit Suisse, where he was involved in numerous strategic and financing transactions for a variety of companies in the enterprise software and Internet industries, including Marketo, Borderfree, Sohu.com, Riverbed, and Ubiquiti Networks.
He is a CFA Charterholder and earned a B.A. in Economics and Political Science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he was a Morehead-Cain Scholar.
IVP, one of the top performing firms in the venture capital industry with a 36-year IRR of 43.2%, is committed to its focused strategy of supporting innovation at the growth stage, typically serving as a lead investor in later-stage rounds with equity investments ranging from $10 to $100 million.
The firm, which is currently investing IVP XV, a $1.4 billion later-stage venture capital and growth equity fund, and manages $5.4 billion in committed capital, is an investor in AppDynamics, Domo, Dropbox, The Honest Company, Slack, Snap, Supercell, and Twitter, among many others.