SV Angel, the venture capital firm managed by Ron Conway and David Lee, has made over 80 new investments in 2011, according to confidential documents obtained by Fortune.
The Silicon Valley-based firm does not have a list of investments on its website, instead directing visitors to a Twitter account that follows just a fraction of its portfolio companies.
Some of the 2011 deals are right in SV Angel’s early-stage wheelhouse, like Kevin Rose’s mobile development lab Milk or social flirting network Like a Little. But some others are later-stage, including an investment in Groupon
just months before it filed to go public.
Overall, SV Angel reports 290 active portfolio companies through the end of October. Notables include Facebook, Foursquare, Gerson Lehrman Group, Square, Twitter and Zynga.
The documents also include details on 71 SV Angel liquidity events, including the sale of Zappos to Amazon
and GroupMe to Skype. Sadly, neither document includes financial data. SV Angel’s David Lee declined comment.
Below is the active portfolio list, with 2011 investments in yellow. It is followed by the liquidity document.