How to Negotiate a Partner Role at a Venture Capital or Private Equity Firm
Insight Dror Futter · October 06, 2017
Rimon Partner, Dror Futter, has advice for those seeking partnership at a venture capital or private equity firm: don’t ignore the terms of fund wind down. Interviewed for an article by David Teten, Managing Partner with HOF Capital, Dror also suggests that a careful review of any partnership agreement should include a focus on any non-market terms — they may yield clues about the fund’s operations and robustness.
Dror Futter is a Partner in the areas of Venture Capital and Technology. He holds more than 20 years of high tech and business experience, Mr. Futter represents emerging companies and their investors, as well as a wide range of technology companies.
Mr. Futter has been in almost every legal role in the venture capital community. He started as the General Counsel of New Venture Partners, a VC fund focused on corporate spinouts. While there, he helped to form funds, and advised multiple start-ups and corporate spin-offs in the information technology and telecommunications industries, as well as serving as the venture fund’s legal counsel. Read Mr. Futter's complete background