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Sequoia Capital

Number of Investments: 67

Sequoia Capital is an American VC firm that prioritizes its investments in the tech and blockchain sectors.

Main investment categories

  • Blockchain Service: 32.8%

  • CeFi: 19.4%

  • Blockchain Infrastructure: 17.9%

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$ 5.60-2.76%-15.2%$ 2.30B$ 114.04MFIL 410.45M
$ 0.418+9.35%+96.5%$ 1.11B$ 552.25MCFX 2.65B
$ 3.64-0.34%-30.9%$ 591.60M$ 4.94MHT 162.34M
$ 0.385-1.96%+1.81%$ 244.36M$ 30.27MGMT 633.30M
$ 1.85-2.79%-7.02%$ 228.64M$ 12.68MBAND 124.11M
$ 0.0105-1.06%-7.68%$ 194.77M$ 10.79MIOST 18.71B
$ 9.22-2.29%-12.2%$ 178.22M$ 1.20MMULTI 19.36M
$ 0.00496-4.91%-8.65%$ 164.79M$ 13.19MCKB 33.34B
$ 10.25+3.34%+14.3%$ 107.73M$ 285.55KDESO 10.53M
$ 1.81-6.64%-23.2%$ 89.81M$ 36.04MHOOK 50.00M
$ 0.09-2.14%-15.5%$ 58.24M$ 1.44MBETA 646.97M
$ 0.128+1.35%-8.58%$ 55.07M$ 2.43MAERGO 430.00M
$ 0.0912+5.25%-4.48%$ 54.36M$ 2.85MOXT 591.54M
$ 0.501-3.12%-12.1%$ 44.55M$ 4.52MLOKA 88.94M
$ 0.0858-4.79%-35.5%$ 23.83M$ 1.43MPSTAKE 276.11M
$ 0.0303-2.55%-21.4%$ 17.60M$ 31.98KHNS 580.98M
$ 0.0378+7.02%-22.1%$ 14.63M$ 352.60KCPOOL 385.68M
$ 0.728-2.82%-22.5%$ 14.26M$ 96.02KSTRP 19.63M
$ 1.87+1.77%-6.48%$ 13.20M$ 9.75KINDEX 7.10M
$ 22.95+0.32%-7.09%$ 4.97M$ 18.38KSCNSOL 218.18K
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About Sequoia Capital


Sequoia Capital is a California-based venture capital firm headquartered in Menlo Park, California, which was founded in 1972 by Donald Valentine. It has an aggregated public market value of over $3.3 trillion, 1244 investments, 251 exits, and 22 investment funds with a total of 15.3 billion in raised capital (as of July 2019). Sequoia Capital has offices operating in the United States, Israel, China and India.

The company aims to invest early in companies that it deems to be "dentmakers," with the intention to aid with growing them. It invests in seed funds and helps the start-ups with the initial stages of growing a business, such as hiring engineers, product development, strategy, and introducing early customers.

It also partners with established companies that are looking for step-function growth. Sequoia Capital utilizes a scout program in which individuals are financially backed by the company and expected to invest in early-stage start-ups so Sequoia Capital can have an advantage when larger funding rounds occur. There are several hundred scouts working for the company, and the scouts have the benefit of keeping a portion of the profits from the companies in which they invest Sequoia Capital's finances.

Investments

Sequoia Capital is structured as a limited liability company, in which investors contribute money to a fund that the firm's general partners utilize to invest in business ventures. These partners have included university endowments, charitable foundations, and other large institutions. The firm invests in seed-stage, early-stage, and growth-stage investments in private technology companies. Sequoia has been recognized for the firm's track record in early investments, with 2019 seeing Sequoia having more new seed-stage investments than Series A deals. In the same year, Sequoia was identified as a top unicorn investor, with investments in one of five of all private companies valued at $1 billion or more.

In the United States, Sequoia-backed companies account for more than 20 percent of NASDAQ's total value. Industries in which the company invests include energy, finance, enterprise, healthcare, internet, technology, and mobile. Sequoia Capital also invests money on behalf of non-profits and schools, such as the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The company has branches in various parts of the world, including China, India, and Israel. It has had three global growth funds, and the one in 2018 had a five-year investment horizon. The minimum investment to join a global growth fund is $250 million.

Sequoia Capital

Sequoia Capital's branch in the United States primarily makes investments primarily in software, internet, mobile, enterprise, information technology, and e-commerce. They have raised approximately 15.3 billion in funding held in twenty-two (as of July 2019) different funds since their founding in 1972. 

Sequoia Capital China

The company branch in China was founded in September of 2005, and its managing partner is Neil Shen. Sequoia Capital China has 31 different funds with $3 billion in total capital, 398 investments, and 51 exits (as of July 2019). The company invests in industries such as logistics, drones, biotechnology, autonomous driving, and bike-sharing. It also invests globally in eight countries outside of China. Sequoia Capital China has offices in Shanghai, Beijing, Hong Kong, and other cities throughout China.

Sequoia Capital India

Sequoia Capital India was founded in 2000, with a Southeast Asia branch following in 2012. Its managing director is Abheek Anand, who manages along with multiple other directors. This branch of the company focuses on technology, consumer, and healthcare start-ups. The branch has made 314 investments and 31 exits. It focuses on investments that are connected to internet users, as India has one of the highest amount of users in the world and that number is continuously growing. 

Sequoia Capital Israel

This subsidiary of the company was founded by Haim Sadger in 1999.The Israel branch of Sequoia Capital has made 151 investments and 32 exits. The branch invests primarily in software and enterprise software with a focus on information technology infrastructure and network security.

Restructuring funds

Announced in October of 2021, Sequoia Capital debuted a shift in their strategy for their investment funds' structure and the timelines for those funds to return capital. This came as Sequoia Capital felt the venture capital industry had not changed since the 1970s and they needed to adapt to the change with the industries they invested in. As part of the change, limited partners invest in The Sequoia Fund, an open-ended liquid portfolio composed of public positions in a selection of enduring investments. The fund is also meant to allocate capital to a series of closed-end sub funds for venture investments in companies, with Sequoia Capital committing that these investments would continue to come at any stage of a company.

This change affects the firm's US and Europe-focused funds, with India and China-centric funds not adopting the structure. Further, the change means the new funds will not be committed to ten-year return cycles, which Sequoia Capital, in their release on the change, led investors to liquidate holdings in public companies based on set timelines rather than on determinations of when an investment had fully matured. The new fund removes the imposed expiration dates and is intended to reduce the pressure on investors to exit opportunities prematurely. The change is also intended to create a feedback loop, in which returns from start-up investments can return to the central fund to be redeployed into future investments, to further investor incentives with founders.

Registered financial advisors

As part of the announcement on Sequoia's restructured funds, the firm also announced they had become registered financial advisors (RIA), joining firms such as General Catalyst and Andreessen Horowitz, which also became RIAs contemporaneously to Sequoia's change. This gives the firm more flexibility when backing non-traditional assets outside of private markets, which in turn can allow them to better adjust to market trends, such as backing public companies during periods of public debuts and investing in capitalization trends such as initial coin offerings.