The filing counts 93 investors, including
Among the limited partners in HRJ’s other funds are Cornell University, the Duffield Family Foundation, the Edgerton Foundation, the Ford Family Foundation and the Sierra Health Foundation.
Neither Harris Barton nor Ronnie Lott, the former 49ers who founded HRJ in 1999 under the name Champion Ventures, responded to requests for comment.
Earlier this year, the Woodside, Calif.-based firm parted ways with four-time Super Bowl champ Joe Montana, who started out as a limited partner in the fund of funds then joined the firm as a managing partner in 2000. His departure in March owed to Montana’s other commitments, CFO Jeff Bloom said at the time.
Montana’s exit didn’t leave HRJ shorthanded. In addition to Lott and Barton, who are the only HRJ employees listed as beneficial owners in the regulatory filing, the firm has a staff of 26, including Duran Curis, formerly of
The firm has historically backed some of the bigger names in the buyout business. On its Website, it lists
HRJ has also gained access to numerous brand names in the venture space, including