SEC Filing: First Round Capital Raising $135 Million For New Fund

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From a recent SEC filing, it looks like early stage investment firm First Round Capital is raising $135 million for a new fund, First Round Capital IV, L.P. Managing partners Josh Kopelman, Chris Fralic, Robert Hayes and Howard Morgan are all named in the filing and it appears that the funding hasn’t been raised yet.

First Round Capital is best known for making mainly early stage investments in startups. Past investments include Path, Fab.com, TaskRabbit, Get Satisfaction, Mashery and Birchbox. First Round previously raised $124.6 million back in 2010. This newest raise would be the fourth fund for the firm.

In other news, the firm just brought on Scribd’s Head of Business Operations and Recruiting Jack Leidlein as its new Head of Talent. And you can check out First Round’s annual holiday video here.

Other early stage investors who are currently raising funds include Chris Sacca for Lowercase Spur and Dave McClure for 500 Startups.

We’ve contacted First Round and will update this post if we hear back.