Through our research, we aim to bring to light the lack of representation of Latinos/as across the venture capital ecosystem.ACCESS FULL REPORT
As the broader venture capital ecosystem has reported making progress in achieving broader diversity, we wanted to dive deeper into the state of Latinos/as in the industry. This year’s report is broken down into three separate sections:
Despite decades of research and concerted effort from organizational leaders and policymakers alike, inequity concerning diversity and inclusion persists in many types of U.S. organizations, industries, and sectors. The venture capital (VC) ecosystem is not an exception.
From 2021 to 2022, there was nearly a 2x increase in the number of funds $26M-$50M and over a 2x increase in the number of funds above $75M. In the last 12 months, there has been a 3.6x increase in AUM by Latino/a GPs (AUM assumes that the funds raising achieve their targets). Larger fund sizes enable fund managers to access a wider range of capital sources.