Venture Capital & Private Equity firms have unique exposures, including those that may arise from the acquisition, capitalization, formation, management and operation of the private equity’s funds. More liabilities are introduced to this equation when a firm GP’s are serving as directors, officers or trustees in the management of a portfolio company. The continual evolution of technology and life science driven businesses unleashes new risk hurdles for their investors. From an increasing regulatory environment to exit strategy conflicts to follow-on rounds, challenged valuations or intellectual property problems, our members’ specialization keeps them current on the VC + PE risks of today.

  • Venture Capital
  • Private Equity
  • Growth Equity
  • Seed + Micro VC
  • Angel Investment Firms
  • Corporate VC

TechAssure members have worked with many of the largest VC + PE investors in the country. From the Bay Area to Boston, TechAssure members are well-positioned to aid venture capital and private equity firms and their portfolio companies.


Venture Capital Asset Protection
Directors & Officers (D&O)
Reps & Warranties
Outside Directorship Liability
Employment-Related Practices


Shareholder Disputes
Mergers & Acquisitions
IP Disputes
Regulatory Action
Employment Issues

Customized solutions

for the unique needs of

Venture Capital & Private Equity

The VC + PE industry helps to fuel the ever changing world of innovation. But through the investment and advisory services it provides to portfolio companies and limited partners in the quest to drive value, venture capitalists face unconventional risks that lend themselves to nonstandard insurance solutions.

Portfolio Company

due diligence, compliance

and program reviews

Our members also work with your portfolio companies to design insurance programs to suit their individual, and often complex, exposures. Knowing your firm and your fund portfolios are properly insured will enable you to achieve your business objectives and preserve your assets in a seamless and efficient method — providing greater security and confidence in the firm’s risk transfer program.