Much has changed in two years, when Forbes last published its list of top venture capitalists.
Much has changed in two years, when Forbes last published its list of top venture capitalists. Secondary markets surfaced. Founders dragged their feet to exit. Fresh competition emerged abroad and from a new flock of angel investors. Firms shrank and returns declined. These 100 investors buck those trends, create wealth and fund the new ideas that keep our economy vibrant.
#1 Jim Breyer, Accel Partners
#2 Michael Moritz, Sequoia Capital
#3 Reid Hoffman, Greylock Partners
#4 Peter Fenton, Benchmark Capital
#5 Scott Sandell, New Enterprise Associates
#6 Kevin Efrusy, Accel Partners
#7 Peter Thiel, Founders Fund
#8 Peter Barris, New Enterprise Associates
#9 David Sze, Greylock Partners
#10 Marc Andreessen, Andreessen Horowitz
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Source: Edited by Nicole Perlroth | Forbes