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Late-stage venture capital valuations decline from 2021 peaks, according to PitchBook

By ET Bureau - November 09, 2022 1 Mins Read

According to a recent report from PitchBook Data Inc., median and average late-stage venture capital valuations experienced a significant decline in the third quarter following a sharp increase in 2021.

Although late-stage valuations had decreased, the report’s analysis of VC deals in the third quarter found that this wasn’t the case at the lower end of the market. While seed deal values continued to rise, angel deal values, or very early-stage investments in new or younger startups, remained unchanged. The median pre-money valuation of a seed deal in the quarter remained at USD 10 million, marking the fourth straight quarter with a double-digit median. According to reports, over the past few years, significant fundraising from small funds has benefited seed deals.

As of June 30, there were over USD 73 billion in funds under USD 250 million available, a sizable sum of money targeted at early-stage investments.

Read More: PitchBook: Late-stage venture capital valuations fall from 2021 highs

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