Here are some of our current partners.
Sun Mountain Capital is an investment partnership formed by senior private equity professionals based in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The Firm's professionals have a depth of experience in private equity that dates back to 1981 and have an extensive track record of creating value through direct investments in promising companies and fund advisory activities. As a direct investor, Sun Mountain Capital's strategy is to generate superior returns for its investors by utilizing its principals' long tenure in the industry and acting as value adding members of investor syndicates. As a private equity advisor to pension plans and other program sponsors, Sun Mountain develops customized private equity programs to meet specific client goals.
vSpring is an early-stage venture capital fund focusing on investment opportunities in Information Technology and Life Sciences. vSpring capitalizes on the managerial skills and operating experience of its principals to successfully invest in and mentor early-stage companies. vSpring has offices in Salt Lake City, Utah and Los Alamos, New Mexico.
Wasatch Venture Fund specializes in early-stage, information technology and life science investments. With headquarters in Salt Lake City, Wasatch also maintains offices in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and Phoenix, Arizona. Since its inception in 1994, Wasatch has focused exclusively on working with driven entrepreneurs to build successful technology companies.
Tullis-Dickerson & Co., Inc. is one of the country's largest health care focused private equity groups, providing capital to small and mid-sized companies. The firm provides seed through late stage capital to creative, committed management teams leading growth companies. Within health care, Tullis-Dickerson focuses on several segments, including biotechnology and life sciences, health care information technology and informatics, health care services/managed care, medical devices and medical distribution.
Cottonwood Technology Fund (CTF) is an early-stage technology commercialization fund with offices in El Paso, Texas, Los Alamos, New Mexico, and Santa Fe, New Mexico. It aims to cultivate the entrepreneurial community of the Paso del Norte region running along the Rio Grande River from Los Alamos, New Mexico to El Paso, Texas by deploying capital to industries of interest including: Bio-Sciences, New Energy, Nanotechnology, Information Technologies, CleanTech and Aerospace. We borrowed our name from a tree native to the region. The Rio Grande Cottonwood—a welcome sight to pioneer desert caravans because it often signaled water—typically reaches 50 to 60 feet in height and can produce as many as 25 million seeds in a season. CTF aims to be as fruitful with its work.