- Harmonix has $40m in AUM
- It has made 47 investments and recorded three exits
- It is led by partners Maximilian Winter, Cofield Mundi and Krish Ramadurai
Harmonix Management announced that it begun fundraising for its third fund, which will support start-ups advancing engineering and scientific breakthroughs.
The firm, based in La Quinta, California, did not disclose a target for Fund III. It currently has $40 million in assets under management.
To date, Harmonix has made 47 investments and had three exits, according to CrunchBase. Portfolio companies Trials.ai and Volumetric were acquired and Momentus (Nasdaq:MNTS) completed an IPO.
"The inception of our third fund is a clear-eyed declaration for our unyielding commitment tot he future," founder and general partner Maximilian Winter said in a statement. "We believe that within healthcare, life scientes and deep tech lie the transofmrative solutuons that can truly uplift humanity and create a more harmonious society."
In addition to Winter, Harmonix is led by partners Cofield Mundi and Krish Ramadurai.