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NEW JERSEY'S TOP
Venture Capital Firms
Ranked by assets under management in New Jersey
By Danielle Mack
Rank | Prev. FIRM
YEAR ESTABLISHED
WEBSITE
SENIOR EXECUTIVE(s)
INDUSTRY
STAGE
ASSETS
1 | 1
Palisade Capital Management LLC
1995
www.palisadecapital.com
Martin L. Berman
Wide variety
All beyond seed
$4,565,000,000
2 | 2
Domain Associates LLC
1985
www.domainvc.com
James C. Blair, Jesse I. Treu, Kathleen K. Schoemaker, Brian H. Dovey, Brian K. Halak, Vitullo Nicole, Kim P. Kamdar
Life sciences, health care
All
$2,437,000,000
3 | 3
ProQuest Investments
1998
www.proquestvc.com
Jay Moorin
Health care
All
$885,000,000
4 | 4
Edison Partners
1986
www.edisonpartners.com
Chris Sugden, Joseph Allegra, John Martinson
IT business solutions
Expansion -- $5 million to $20 million in revenue
$766,000,000
5 | 5
Stanford Investment Group
1992
www.stanfordinvgroup.com
Dave Rajpurohit
Business services, health care products and services, consumable products, niche manufacturing, logistics, industrial outsourcing, disruptive technologies and processes
Late
$350,000,000
6 | 6
Battelle Ventures
2003
www.battelleventures.com
Mort Collins, Kef Kasdin, Ralph Taylor-Smith, Tracy Warren
Energy and environment, health and life sciences, and security
Early, seed, later
$220,000,000
7 | 7
Edelson Technology Partners
1984
www.edelsontech.com
Harry Edelson
Telecommunications, IT and life-sciences
All
$25,000,000
8 | 8
Navigator Partners LLC
1999
www.navigatorpartners.com
W. Joseph Imhoff, Bernard B. Markey, William Stewart
Business and consumer services, consumer products, specialty manufacturing, media and franchisers
Later and buyout
$20,000,000
9 | 9
The Telmarc Group
1984
www.telmarc.com
Terrence P. McGarty
Telecommunications, Internet, genomics and health care
Seed, first round
$18,000,000
10 | 11
Cambridge Capital Corp.
1992
www.camcapcorp.com
Ken J. Mathews
Technology, real estate, medical and turnaround
All
$200,000

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