Feb 13, 2015
In Episode 23 of Accredited Investor Markets Radio, host Chris Cahill is joined by Jeffrey Lampe, Principal at Hopewell Ventures, for an in-depth discussion of early stage investing and venture capital rounds. Join them to learn about what backing a VC venture entails, what ‘items’ might be on a venture capitalist’s wish list (e.g. guaranteed Board seats), what to watch out for, when it may be a better investment strategy for a VC to borrow and what risks may still be present after the VC rounds have been completed.
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About Jeffrey Lampe
Mr. Jeffrey J. Lampe, CFA is currently a Principal with Hopewell Ventures, a $110 million Chicago based venture capital and growth equity fund. He previously served as a Senior Associate with Hopewell. He was a Key Team Member involved with the initial formation of Gazelle TechVentures in 1999, providing research and analytical support. He went on to become a Co-Founder and Senior Associate at Gazelle TechVentures in 2000, a $60 million Indianapolis based VC fund. Prior to this, he served as a Senior Associate at Monument Advisors and Monument Capital Partners. He has been directly involved in over $500 million of corporate finance, mezzanine, private equity and venture capital transactions over his career. He currently serves as a Director of Video Home Tours (VHT), National Pasteurized Eggs (NPE), and several other high growth companies. He was formerly a Director of SageQuest and Pioneer Surgical Technology. Mr. Lampe is a Chartered Financial Analyst and a Member of the CFA Society of Chicago. He received an M.B.A., with high honors, from the University of Notre Dame and a B.S. in Business from Purdue University.