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April 11, 2024 | Tom Ballard

Veteran Ventures Capital launches Veteran Valor Fund II

This new investment offering, issued under the Security and Exchange Commission’s Reg D Rule 506(C), allows accredited investors access into VVC Veterans Fund II at a $50,000 minimum investment. 

Veteran Ventures Capital, which has been headquartered in Knoxville but is moving to Tyson, VA, has announced the launch of the Veteran Valor Fund II.

This new investment offering, issued under the Security and Exchange Commission’s Reg D Rule 506(C), allows accredited investors access into VVC Veterans Fund II at a $50,000 minimum investment. This significantly lower hurdle enables individuals to invest with Veteran Ventures without the $250,000 limited partner (LP) minimum commitment requirement.

“We have heard from some investors – many of whom are veterans themselves – that want to support the great work being done at Veteran Ventures, financially back our veteran-led national security tech portfolio companies, and make a return we can all be proud of, but they simply don’t have sufficient capital for an LP stake,” the firm explained. “In the U.S. Armed Services, we are trained from Day 1 at bootcamp to never leave our battle buddy, and we’re not planning to start now by leaving you behind. We want you as investors in this growing Veteran Venture ecosystem and will provide multiple avenues to do so.”


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