Chapel Hill-based Golden Bell Partners Fund II, one of two pooled investment funds created by former head of Duke University Investment Management Co., (DUMAC) Edward Hutchinson, has raised $140,850,000 in equity from six investors, according to a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

Hutchinson started the $105 million Golden Bell Partners Fund I in July 2014.

At DUMAC, Hutchinson managed Duke University’s endowment assets, its venture capital and private equity investing. Prior to DUMAC, he was a principal in the corporate development group of Cytyc Corp., which eventually sold for $6 billion.

Previously, he was an analyst with Thomas Weisel Partners.

The firm’s web presence is billed as the “future site of Golden Bell Partners but offers no further information.

Here’s the SEC filing: