CHAPEL HILL – The Chapel Hill-based investment firm TrueBridge Capital Partners, which holds more than $5 billion in assets under management, disclosed in an SEC filing that it plans to raise capital for a new fund.

According to the filing, the fund is “TrueBridge Blockchain I, L.P.” and could attract as much as $125 million in new investment from limited partners.

The pooled investment fund is noted in the filing as an “other investment fund” and offers investors “pooled investment fund interests.”

According to the disclosure, the fund issuer will “pay the General Partner an annual management fee based initially upon a percentage of the committed capital.”

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Edwin Poston, the co-founding general partner, signed the disclosure, and notes a title of “Manager of the Manager of the General Partner of the Issuer.”

TrueBridge raised more than $155 million in capital for another fund, as reported by WRAL TechWire in March 2021.  The firm then went on to disclose it had raised $170 million in commitments for a fund that would invest in micro-funds and early stage funds in September 2021.

And, in July 2020, the firm announced it had raised $600 million for the TrueBridge Capital Partners Fund VI, L.P.

TrueBridge Capital Partners has not yet responded to WRAL TechWire’s request for comment on this fund.