How does fund visibility work on the AngelList platform?

Turning on fund visibility allows you to get in front of more AngelList LPs to help you raise capital for your fund. Your fund is hidden by default. 

How can I change my fund visibility?

Navigate to the Invite tab of your Fund Dashboard. Here you can change fund visibility settings.


Note: your syndicate must also be set to promoted in your profile settings in order for approved AngelList LPs to see that you are raising and express interest. 

Who can see my fund if I have my fund set as visible?

When a fund is set to visible, LPs who have passed the AngelList Investor application can see your fund when logged into their Investor Dashboard. LPs who have passed the AngelList Investor application have proven prior experience working at, or investing in, startups, as well as a substantive pre-existing relationship with AngelList. Meaning this is not general solicitation and your fund can be featured, even if it’s 506(b).

This does not create any public-facing information about your fund and is not general solicitation.

What do LPs see if I have my fund set as visible?

When an LP is browsing syndicates in their investor dashboard, they will be able to see which syndicates are currently raising a venture fund, as well as filter explicitly for them. Only funds that GPs have chosen to share will be visible by LPs.


Note: Your syndicate must be set to "Public" in order for your fund to be displayed. Learn more here.

How does an LP express interest in the fund?

When the LP applies to back the syndicate, they will also have an option to express interest in the fund you are raising. 


How can I invite an interested LP to the fund?

If an LP chooses to express interest in the fund, you will see it in their application email.

mceclip2.pngWhen you review their syndicate application, you will have an option to invite them to choose which fundraising vehicles you want to invite them to, including the fund you are raising.

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