(Bloomberg) -- Venture capital firm Lerer Hippeau will take over management of investments made by Binary Capital’s first $125 million fund after the firm was crushed by a series of sexual misconduct allegations, three people familiar with the matter said.
An email signed by Lerer Hippeau managing partner Eric Hippeau went out to Binary Capital companies on Monday, introducing them to the New York-based VC firm, said two company founders, who asked not to be identified because the message was private. The emails were sent after news website Axios reported plans for the handover earlier Monday.
Lerer Hippeau also oversees the investments of SoftBank Capital, a venture firm previously run by Japan’s SoftBank Group Corp.
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