Since 2001, as a powerful equity investment player, the Tiger Global Management (TGM) has effectively invested in growing and already leading world-class companies that capitalize on multiple global trends, especially Web3, and is respected by gaining a sustainable ROI and portfolio value growth by combining their efficient management teams and making timely exits.
Tiger Global Management (TGM, also called “The Tiger Fund") is a New York based, venture capital firm, focused on public and private hi-tech companies, with an emphasis on delivering extremely high ROI over the long term.
The company was founded in early 2001 by Chase Coleman, a former top-employee of the Tiger Management Corporation (the 2nd largest hedge fund in the world in the late 90s by the number of assets under management, which was closed a few years later, in 2000s), and was the protege of its founder & CEO, Julian Robertson.
By now, Tiger Global Management fund has branches in Singapore, Hong Kong, Beijing, Melbourne, and Bangalore.
The investment approach of TGM is divided into two symmetrical parts:
The main interest of TGM lies in the technology industries such as software development, fintech services, blockchain infrastructure and rising Web3 projects. Tiger Global Management holds a wide pool of projects in its crypto portfolio including, but not limited to, Near, Cosmos, Yuga Labs, Aptos, Helium, Polygon, Nancen, Certik, and really many more.
Also, TGM has made a total of 136 exits (from companies in completely different fields), the largest of which were some of the following: Coinbase (Crypto), NuBank (FinTech), UiPath (Software & AI dev), Grab and Delhivery (logistics), and a few of a world-class tech companies such as Yandex, Alibaba, Myntra, Airbnb, and Meta.
Here is the current balance of interests in the TGM portfolio.
Total number of investments: 73