We’ve added 11 more profiles to our family office database

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In the past month or so, we’ve added 11 new profiles, bringing the total to 287. That is 35 more than we published in the second edition of our Guide to Family Offices.

Here are the freshly added profiles:

10100. Pronounced ten one hundred, this is the single-family office of billionaire Travis Kalanick, who founded car-sharing service Uber. See profile.

Celeres Investments. This Hong Kong-based single-family office invests in a wide range of growth-stage companies throughout the United Kingdom and Europe. See profile.

G-Bar Ventures. This Chicago-based family office, which invests on behalf of the Gray family, has entrepreneurial roots in the financial services, technology and automotive businesses. See profile.

Haas Portman. Founded in 2013, this Atlanta-based family office invests primarily in early-stage technology companies. Most recently, it led a strategic financing round of an undisclosed amount for Zeeto, the San Diego data-discovery company. See profile.

Hedgewood. Based in Ontario, this is the family office of Jesse Rasch, who co-founded WebHosting.com and InQuent. It is an active North American investor, particularly in technology startups. Among its recent investments are Jiffy, a mobile platform that connects homeowners with service providers, and Clarify Health, a digital health solution. See profile.

J. Hunt Holdings. Founded by a scientist turned investor, this Vienna, Virginia-based family office has a strong interest in early-stage technology deals. See profile.

Magnus Oak Capital. This Houston-based family office is relatively young, founded just two years ago by Austin Werner and Gabriel Zamora. It is on the hunt for private companies in the Southwest with $5 million to $50 million in revenue and $500,000 to $5 million in EBITDA. See profile.

Pritzker Group. Led by Tony and J.B. Pritzker, this family office acquires and operates North America-based companies, provides early-stage and growth venture funding to U.S. tech companies, and partners with investment managers. See profile.

Redwood Capital Investments. Based in Hanover, Maryland, this family office invests on behalf of Jim Davis, the billionaire co-founder of Allegis Group. Redwood specializes in buyouts, turnarounds, recapitalization, growth capital and industry consolidation. See profile.

Verlinvest. This multifamily office represents the Belgian controlling families of AB InBev, the world’s largest beer company. Based in Brussels, it makes equity investments from €30 million to €150 million ($35 million to $175.1 million) in companies based in Europe, China, India and the United States. See profile.

Winklevoss Capital. This New York-based family office invests on behalf of twin brothers Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, the two largest known holders of Bitcoin. It is a prolific investor, with 81 investments since 2012, according to Crunchbase. See profile.