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New NEA Fund Could Bring $1 Billion To Health Care

Executive Summary

Following two years of strong exits from biopharma and medtech investment, New Enterprise Associates raised over $3.1 billion for its 15th fund raising. The new pool of capital consists of $2.8 billion for a traditional venture fund – the fourth consecutive fund to top $2.5 billion – and a $350 million “Opportunity Fund” that will be co-invested with the new and prior fund in late-stage growth equity deals.

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