Hatteras Venture Partners raises $126M fund with room for much more

One of the region’s biggest venture capital firms has closed on its seventh fund.

Durham-based Hatteras Venture Partners closed on a $126.8 million fund – Hatteras Venture Partners VII.

Clay Thorp, general partner, says the firm – which has invested in 89 companies and has $900 million under management – had a series of good outcomes acting as “wind at our back.”

Three of its portfolio companies saw recent exits – from Aledade’s buy of Iris Healthcare to Bio-Rad’s buyout of…

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