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Post-Money Value

Post-Money Value

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  • Post-Money Value

    The value of a portfolio company immediately after (and including the capital provided in) a current funding round. The post-money value is the pre-money value plus the amount of funds invested in the current round. For example, if investors in the current round invest $5 million in a company that is valued at $7 million "pre-money", the resulting post-money value is $12 million.

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