Sequoia Capital raises $1.17 billion for new funds
SAN FRANCISCO Aug 16 (Reuters) - Sequoia Capital, a venture-capital firm known for early-stage investments in companies such as Google Inc, has raised a total of $1.17 billion for three different funds, according to regulatory filings.
The biggest, U.S.-oriented Sequoia Capital XIV, totals $553 million, including an affiliated principal's fund for firm partners and others.
Its China Venture Fund totals $391.4 million, including two affiliated funds.
Its Israel Venture Fund V totals $227 million, including an affiliated fund.
The Menlo Park-based firm started raising the funds last year. A year ago, it closed on a $950 million growth fund.
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