With Carta, VCs can see real-time IRR instead of waiting for quarterly updates, work with our experienced team, and run capital calls and share documents with LPs.
From our CEO
Two years ago, Harry Stebbings invited our founder and CEO, Henry Ward, on The Twenty Minute VC podcast. We’ve grown a lot since then, and Henry recently joined Harry again to chat about a range of topics.
Today, Carta is at a scale where we can offer liquidity every 12–18 months. All employees with vested shares are eligible.
Cap tables are a necessary evil for every startup founder, CEO or CFO. Excel spreadsheets are usually riddled with mistakes. Carta is changing that.
As we move beyond the cap table market, we’ve changed our name to Carta. Carta is about creating more owners by mapping and expanding the ownership graph.
On August 31st we acquired the SVB Valuation business and team. This impacts both the former SVBA employees and customers.
Everyone knows the typical hierarchical organizational chart. We tried to map our shadow economy of influencers to find the key people at Carta.
Employees don’t have a seat at the table when CEOs and investors are discussing equity. The result is decreasing equity for employees.
Carta decided to change PTE to coincide with an employee’s vesting schedule. This gives Carta employees more freedom when exercising shares.